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My book report is on White Fang by Jack London There are 152 pages in this book The author writes about struggles White Fang the main character encounters throughout his life Set in the Northern Wild Jack Londons main conflict in this story is man versus nature He also parallels the conflicts of survival of the fittest of wild animals to the survival of the fittest with humans The story begins with two men Bill and Henry who are in the wildness of the north Their dogs disappear as they are lured away by a female wolf and eaten by the rest of the pack With only three bullets left Bill uses them trying to save one of their dogs However he misses the wolf and is eaten along with the dog Henry and two dogs are all that remains He builds a fire around himself and the dogs to attempt to keep the wolves away The starving wolves go through the fire to eat the two remaining dogs and Henry Eventually some men who are traveling through the wilderness save HenryThe wolves are in the midst of a famine They continue their search for food The pack is lead by several wolves along with the she-wolf When the pack comes across a bull elk and all have eaten their fill the pack splits up The she-wolf which is actually half wolf and half dog mates with one of the wolves and has a litter of pups Only one survives As several more famines and a rough life in the Northern-Wild he grows up strong and feistyThe pup and his mother come to an Indian village where the she-wolfs master is He catches her and White Fang stays close to her side She is sold to another Indian and White Fang stays with Gray Beaver He is White Fangs first master He shows no affection for the dog White Fang bonds to him out of
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