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Throughout the novel The Call of the Wild we follow a dog namedBuck through his journey through the Klondike We experience atransformation in him as he adapts to the cold harsh land wherehe is forced to toil in the snow just to help men find a shinymetal Buck seems to almost transform into a different dog by theend of the book In this essay I will go over what Buck was likehow and why he was forced to adapt to his new environment andWhen we first met up with Buck he lived in the Santa ClaraValley on Judge Millers property He was the ruler of hisdomain uncontested by any other local dogs he was a mix betweena St Bernard and a Scotch Shepherd dog He weighed one hundredand forty pounds and he carried every one with utmost prideBuck had everything he could want Little did he know he wouldsoon have it all taken away from him One night while the judgewas away at a raisin growers committee meeting the gardenerManuel took Buck away from his home Buck was then sold andthrown in a baggage car This would be the beginning of a newcruel life for Buck On his ride to wherever he was going Buckspride was severely damaged if not completely wiped out by men whoused tools to restrain him No matter how many times Buck tried tolunge he would just be choked into submission at the end WhenBuck arrived at his destination there was snow everywhere not tomention the masses of Husky and wolf dogs Buck was thrown into apen with a man who had a club This is where Buck would learn oneof the two most important laws that a dog could know in theKlondike The law of club is quite simple if there is a man witha club a dog would be better off not to challenge that man Bucklearned this law after he was beaten half to death by the man
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