Grace Campbell call of the wild

Grace Campbell call of the wild
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  • Grace Campbell Call of the wild Diagram
  • Exposition
  • Rising Action
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  • Climax
  • The exposition is the setting, character, and conflict.  The setting of the story is out in the cold and painful wild.  The character in this story is mainly Buck and then all his owners the most important being John Thornton.  The conflict in the story is him being bored with an owner or being set free to live in the wild.
  • Falling Action
  • For the rising action I have when Buck and Spitz fight, and Buck wins and Spitz ends up dying.  The reason that they fought was because  both of them wanted to lead and be the Alpha dog, and only one of them can be a leader in the pack.
  • Resolution
  • The climax of this story is after John dies is favorite and loving owner,  Buck starts to fight the Indians that killed him.  He completely kills one of the guys by ripping out his throat. because he was so made that they hurt his favorite person.
  • The falling action is where Buck goes out in the wild and fight a whole pack of wolfs.  When he fights the wolf pack he ends up killing the Alpha Wolf so Buck won the fight.  Then comes one with the pack and realizes he wants to stay in the wild.
  • This is the resolution after everything has happened Buck becomes one with the wild, and will never obey an owner again.   He runs with a Wolf pack for the rest of his days.
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