Carollin Mellin Storyboard P.6

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Theme storyboard from White Fang by Jack London

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  • Character vs.Character
  • Beauty Smith has created White Fang into a wild beast and is unable to control his thoughts and actions. We see this when London writes, "The men outside shouted and applauded, while Beauty Smith, in an ecstasy of delight, gloated over the ripping and mangling performed by White Fang" (84).
  • Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha!!
  • "Go to him, Cherokee! Sick 'm, Cherokee! Eat 'm up!" (London 87).
  • White Fang is taken away from Beauty Smith by a man named Weedon Scott, who tries to tame White Fang, but White Fang's instincts are telling him differently, "It was a torment, this hand that touched him and violated his instinct"(London 98).
  • Character vs. Self
  • "What he needs is some show of human kindness" (London 95).
  • "Well, I'll be gosh-swoggled!" (London 99).
  • Character vs. Self
  • After White Fang is tamed by Scott he begins to act like a domesticated animal, but White Fang is still struggling with his natural instincts. All his life White Fang has known to kill wild things, but is confused when he isn't able to kill the chickens that are owned by his master. We see this when London writes, "“White Fang’s natural impulse, when he saw the live food fluttering about him and under his very nose, was to spring upon it. He obeyed the impulse, but was checked by the master’s voice” (117).
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