Thank you so much, Buck! I don't know what I would do without you.
Theres no life here. :(
Woof Woof $$$
We are Rich! :)
In the beginning of chapter 7, Buck earned sixteen hundred dollars in five minutes for John Thornton, which made it possible for his master to pay off certain debts and to journey with his partners into the East. (pg. 109)
Woof! (hi) :)
In fall as they were exploring, they came across a lake country where no sign of life was shown. There was only chilly winds, ice forming, and the melancholy rippling of waves on lonely beaches. (pg. 111)
Spring came and they found a valley, filled with gold all around it. Each and everyday they worked, and earned them thousands of dollars in clean dust and nuggets. (pg. 112)
Buck heard a strange noise out of nowhere in the middle of the night. When he kept following the crying noise, it led him to a long and lean timber wolf. (3 times smaller than him). He then went back to John Thornton after playing with the little dog. (pg. 115-117).
Buck started staying out of camp more often, trying to find the dog he was playing with the other night. During this time, while fishing, Buck killed a large black bear. This made Buck feel better about himself, fitting his image of being the largest in his breed. Day by day Buck got stronger, to the point where he attacked a Bull, He was gaining so much confidence in himself. (pg. 118-123).
Thornton is killed by the Yeehat tribe, and Buck gets a heaping helping of revenge on the people that murder his master. But Buck's now free to run with the wild dog packs but only on the condition that he is the leader. (pg: 128-134).