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Jack London
used in Nothing but the Truth

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U.S. writer of novels based on experiences in the Klondike gold rush and is best remembered for his novella, The Call of the Wild (1876-1916)
  • Question four: What is the significance of Jack London's choice in making Buck, the dog in The Call of the Wild, the focus of his novel?
    p. 12.1
  • Can't believe how stupid and boring Jack London is!
    p. 4.1
  • The significance of Buck in Jack London's novel The Call of the Wild is that Buck is symbolic of a cat.
    p. 12.5
  • That is what people can learn from Jack London's novel The Call of the Wild.
    p. 12.9

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