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Author: Jack London
Subject: The adventures of a large, powerful dog, stolen from his home for use as a sled dog during an Arctic gold rush.
Setting: Nineteenth-century Arctic wilderness
Buck, a powerful, domesticated dog, is stolen for use as a sled dog during an Arctic gold rush in the late 1800s. Buck learns to adapt to the brutal climate and the inconsistent ways of humans on the frontier. When his kind master is killed, Buck relinquishes his last ties to civilization and joins a wolf pack, answering the "call of the wild."
|Lexile Measure: 1120
Grade Level: 6, 7, 8, 9
|Gender of Main Character: Boy
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Buck must adapt to a new place when he moves to the icy wilderness from his comfortable house in California. He must learn how to live in the harsh, freezing cold Arctic Northland. Think about a time you were outdoors and had to cope with the elements. Write a paragraph about a time when you were outdoors with no shelter to protect you from the weather.
In the survival novel, "The Call of the Wild," Buck goes from living in a relaxed household in California to the cold, harsh environment of the Arctic Northland. In order to survive, Buck must change his behavior and adapt to his new environment. Write a multi-paragraph essay arguing that Buck changes the way he lives and adapts to his new environment in order to survive. You must write a thesis statement that expresses this opinion, a body of two or three paragraphs to support your statement, and a concluding paragraph that sums up this point of view.
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