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Man over Nature In Never Cry Wolf Ootek tells Farley a legend that links man wolves and caribou in a perfectly balanced continuos natural cycle Nevertheless the whole novel uncovers the sad truth that man has altered this unique cycle and its own denial of it threatens to destroy it This theme suggests the idea that man although being a part of nature has abused the power that was granted to him only to have a better life at the expense of other living beings In Ooteks tale man is clearly referred as a superior being who plays the main role in nature For example the woman in the story and her sons which in a way represent humanity are given the caribou as a gift from the gods a gift that would supply all their needs so the sons of the Woman hunted well and they were fed and clothed and had good skins to live in all from the caribou Mowat 84 In the same way nature has provided humanity entirely with all its needs in a way where it can coexist harmonically with the living things around it People in a somewhat self-centric way have viciously transformed the natural world for their own good in order to supply themselves with superficial things Nevertheless though hominids basically make nature work for their profit they too form a part of it On the other hand man has surpassed its use of nature and has begun to destroy the delicate cycle it forms No one can deny how civilization has basically stripped jungles polluted air and water exterminated species and contaminated the land The human beings have lost complete respect for nature and will probably have to face the consequences It is incongruent to think that exploiting a planet will not end up harming all the living things that coexist together in it In Never Cry Wolf hunters face the problem of having few
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