Call Of The Wild
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|Call Of The Wild
Call of the Wild
Where did man come from? Scientists thought they had answered this
simple yet complex question through Charles Darwin's theory of evolution.
According to him, living organisms evolved due to constant changing. Organisms
which gained an edge would reign, while those without would die. Jack London's
books during the late 1800's animated this theory through the use of wild
animals in a struggle for survival. In fact, many prove that to survive a
species "must" have an edge. In London's book the Call of the Wild, the harsh
depiction of the Klondike wilderness proves that to survive life must adapt.
London uses Buck as his first character to justify his theory as he
conforms well to the hostile North. While at Judge Miller's, pampered Buck
never worries about his next meal or shelter; yet while in the frozen Klondike
he has death at his heels. Until his body adapts to the strenuous toil of the
reins, Buck needs more ...
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