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What is the “yellow metal” talked about in the first paragraph?
Gold
At Judge’ Miller’s Place, Buck is accustomed to
Doing what he pleases
Who taught buck the law of the club?
The man in the red sweater
Why did Manuel steal Buck?
To pay off a debt
Spitz dislikes Buck because Buck
Threatens his position as leader
How did Buck keep himself warm when he slept
He dug a nest in the snow
What lesson did Buck learn from seeing Curly killed?
Once you were down, you were dead.
Where did Buck end up?
Living in the wild
What did Buck first learn to do to avoid being hungry?
Steal food from the other dogs
How did Buck first challenge Spitz’s authority?
Stole his food
At the end of the fight with Spitz, Buck is called the “Dominant Primordial Beast,” a description which emphasizes his
Return to the ways of his ancestors
How did Francois help Buck get used to the icy trail?
made little booties for his feet
How did Thornton show his love for Buck?
Shook Buck’s head and swore at him
What was Buck’s job with Francois and Perrault?
Sled dog
Buck makes friends with a timber wolf, called his “wood brother.” This fact emphasizes Buck’s
Growing closeness to the untamed world
The “call of the wild” makes Buck rush deep into the forest. However, he returns to civilization which is represented by
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The “call of the wild” makes Buck rush deep into the forest. However, he returns to civilization which is represented by
His attachment to Thornton
Which word below means original; first in order
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Which word below means original; first in order
Primordial
Which word below means a type of behavior which is automatic; a way of acting without really thinking about it?
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Which word below means a type of behavior which is automatic; a way of acting without really thinking about it?
Instinctive
Which word below means strength, skill, and ability?
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Which word below means strength, skill, and ability?
Prowess
From what point of view is The Call of the Wild told?
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From what point of view is The Call of the Wild told?
Limited omniscient
Who is the protagonist of the story?
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Who is the protagonist of the story?
Buck
Which word below would not be used to describe classic literature?
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Which word below would not be used to describe classic literature?
New
Which of the characters below would be best described as a flat character?
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Which of the characters below would be best described as a flat character?
The scotch half-breed
What is the climax of the story?
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What is the climax of the story?
When Buck pulls the 2,000 pound sled
Who were Hal, Charles, and Mercedes?
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Who were Hal, Charles, and Mercedes?
inexperienced sled drivers who argue a lot
What was the “law of club and fang,” and how did Buck learn it?
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What was the “law of club and fang,” and how did Buck learn it?
The man in the red sweater taught him the law of the club. Buck learned that the club is to be obeyed and that a man with a club is likewise expected to be obeyed. A more powerful creature (either man with club or stronger dog) can do as he pleases. Buck learns the law of the fang when Curly is brutally killed by another dog. Curly’s death taught Buck that once you were down, you were dead.




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