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Nature and Nurture Call of the wild written by Jack London is one of his famous short novels that is known for all It is a story about a dog Buck Buck is a domestic dog living in the sun-kissed Santa Clara valley He is living a good life and taken care of by his master But life is not always a picnic When it is the end of 19th century there comes the gold rush Big dogs are tremendously wanted for exploring in the North For Buck his cozy and happy life comes to an end as he is secretly sold to Alaska by one of gardeners without anybodys notice There he undergoes a series of the most tough things he has ever experienced In order to survive Buck forces himself to learn quickly and tries to adapt with the environment as fast as he could Therefore the original wild dormant in his body is called out little by little At last when his beloved master is killed by Indians Bucks wildness explodes He kills all the Indians for revenge and becomes the leader of a wolf pack He goes totally wild In fact Bucks wildness is born naturally which means his ancestors and parents give him the nature to be wild His father is a huge St Bernard and his mother is a Scotch shepherd He always has had his wildness in his body Only because at the beginning he is kept and loved by Judge his first master Bucks behavior appears to be tame and loyal He can go hunting with Judges son escort Judges daughters carry Judges grandson on his back and lie at Judges feet Buck leads such a comfortable life that he himself cannot realize his natural character---wild When he arrives the northern continent he suffers from a wretched situation He has to learn from the beginning because he knows nothing But everything seems so difficult to him
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