Jack London

White Fang

White Fang is Jack London’s companion novel to The Call of the Wild. In The Call of the Wild we follow a dog’s journey from domestication to wilderness, but in White Fang we see the opposite: a wild wolf-dog captured by men and eventually domesticated.
White Fang’s journey isn’t an easy one; both the wild and civilization have their share of brutal violence. But he eventually seems happy in a home with a loving family. When read side-by-side with The Call of the Wild, White Fang poses an interesting question: is wilderness really an improvement over civilization? Is there one right way to live?
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    Kate Elshared an impression3 years ago

    It's certainly a product of its time (read: racist as hell) but engaging enough.


    Екатерина Старицынаhas quoted6 years ago
    I was a-thinkin’ what a blame sight luckier he is than you an’ me’ll ever be.
    Todotraumas Kunhas quoted4 months ago
    But scarcely had the cheer of its light departed

    Pero apenas se había ido la alegría de su luz

    Todotraumas Kunhas quoted4 months ago
    hoisted the coffin

    izó el ataúd

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