The Call of the Wild by Jack London

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by Jack London

Adventure Animal Fiction Survival Primitive Conditions Nature vs. Civilization Companionship

2 hours 40 minutes

The Call of the Wild is a short novel written by Jack London and first published in 1903.

The novel describes Buck's process of coming to terms with his wild dog instinct, and Buck's rise to leadership of the pack as the dog is subjected to increasingly harsh conditions.

At first, Buck is a docile and playful dog, but as he is subjected to increasingly harsh treatment, he comes to accept his wild dog instinct and assumes the role of pack leader.

Buck's primitive instincts return after a series of events befall him when he is put to pull a sled in the Yukon during the 19th century gold rush in the Klondike during which draft dogs were bought at high prices.

The book deals with the themes of survival, civilization and nature.


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About Jack London

John Griffith London was an American novelist, journalist, and social activist. A pioneer of commercial fiction and American magazines, he was one ...

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