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Sybolism in White Fang Classic - a word misunderstood by many people around the world mostly those of a younger generation It is surprising how many people believe that the word classic means old or boring This is just not the case In actual fact the label classic given to books means of the highest quality or of enduring interest and value Books with this label are the best there is Every word is carefully thought out and made interesting for the reader Symbolism meaning and detail are all applied effectively to keep the book an on-going page-turner Such a fine example of this is Jack Londons White Fang A very wonderful tool to an author is the use of symbols within a story One of the more common symbols throughout short stories and novels ultimately refers to the bible and religious history In most if not all stories have the relationship between good and evil heaven and hell Whether implied or not by Jack London White Fang is full of many interesting biblical symbols The character Beauty Smith for instance very simply put symbolizes Satan This man this creature so vile as to subdue yet another victim White Fang into his ever-growing underground slavery prison camps The greed for money and profit is the only need for this prison camp the dog-fighting gambling is their prison cell A comparison between the bulldog Cherokee and death itself can be made Once death has you there is no way of escaping When Cherokee had White Fang gripped between his jaws There was no escaping that grip It was like Fate itself and was inexorable London 139 Surely enough God Weedon Scott came along and saved White Fang from the grips of evil The cold-heartedness of evil can be overcome with the heat and light of good The care and kindness of such like Weedon Scott for all existing creatures alike Many other symbols deep within
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