"Call of the Wild"
The outside of civilization is an escape from Buck's fears, because the wild for him is survival, and the threat of intimacy exists, where he must learn to trust others for survival.
In "Call of the Wild", Buck's wolfish heredity is brought to the forefront when he is unexpectedly thrown into the harsh and alien world of Klondike. On the first night in Dyea beach, "He had been suddenly jerked from the heart of civilization and flung into the heart of things primordial." He is a bit shocked that he went from his pampered, lovely life, to a harsh, unstable community. …
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