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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?
258 printed pages
Have you already read it? How did you like it?


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  • Kate Elshared an impression4 years ago

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


  • Екатерина Старицынаhas quoted7 years ago
    I was a-thinkin’ what a blame sight luckier he is than you an’ me’ll ever be.
  • Todotraumas Kunhas quoted2 years ago
    But scarcely had the cheer of its light departed

    Pero apenas se había ido la alegría de su luz

  • Todotraumas Kunhas quoted2 years ago
    hoisted the coffin

    izó el ataúd

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