The Call of the Wild Presentation
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The story "The Call of the Wild" takes place in different locations in the US and Canada, and the main characters are Buck, the Judge family, their kids and other characters Buck met along the way of his journey, This scene shows Buck and the Judge sitting together in his mansion.
This slide shows Buck being sent back and forth to different people in chapter one, which really woke him up from his perfect lifestyle and gave him a reality check. This also filled him with rage which kicked in his true animal instincts, which will serve him well later in the story.
This slide shows the "man in the red sweater" yelling at Buck and hitting him with the club. This is another situation where Buck's true animal instincts kicks in a he goes savage for a lack of a better term. He has nothing but hatred filled up inside him for really the first time in his life and he attacked the man relentlessly until he had no energy to. He lost the battle, but that was the first time Buck had really let his true animal instinct show.
This slide shows when Curly was basically eaten alive by the other dogs. This alerted Buck that he needed to be on his peak survival instinct and have thicker skin than he had when he was being catered to by the Judge.
This slide shows when Buck was being a sled dog for the first time, letting his true animal self shine, taking everything that has just happened in and letting it go.
At the beginning of "The Call of the Wild" Buck was a house pet that was treated like a very important human, much different than how a dog usually is treated. Through the story Buck has let that go and find his true wild animal self and use his instincts and brain to survive through his journey from the US to Canada. The theme for the story is let out your true self since Buck stopped having a perfect lifestyle living in the wild and free. This story taught me a lot about change and adapting to new environments.
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