Eh? Wot I say? I spik true w'en I say dat Buck two devils"
¨¨Tŕow down de club.
This was Francois speech early the next morning when he discovered Spitz missing and Buck covered with wounds. When they had thought they were ready to leave camp, with Sol-lecks, Buck, and Dave ,prepared and ready to leave.
Sol-lecks was chosen to be leader of the sleigh-dogs. So Buck started to run away. An hour had passed and Francois and Buck were still at it.
The tone of Jack Londons "Call of the Wild" Chapter 4- Who Has Won to Mastership is exciting and sad at the same time. The chapter has an exciting and happy opening but afterward in the ending of the chapter its sad and ends with a lost member. My mood toward Chapter 4 was happy and sad. This is because in the beginning of the chapter Buck had become the new leader, but sad in the end because Dave had died without even knowing what was wrong with him.
Buck becomes leader of the sleigh-dogs, after Perrault had enough of the chase. With Buck up at the front and Sol-lecks back to where he was in the beginning walking without any given care.
What is happening with Dave, is there something wrong? Why does he keep hauling behind? Is there something wrong with his ribs or his stomach?
A revolver-shot rang out. The man came back hurriedly. The dogs and every man had known what had happened behind that belt of trees.
Chapter 4- Who Has Won to Mastership Book by Jack London Comic Strip by Grace Vang