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Relationship between Humans and the Natural World
Jack London's "To Build a Fire" is an ideal example of the natural world versus man. This piece presents how the dog's and human's instinct and intelligence towards the natural world. The man only uses his instinct in a few key situations, but his battle of the natural world foreshadows his downfall. The dog relied on his instincts more commonly when he was in trouble. There is a distinct difference between man and dog on their relationship to the natural world.
Instinct is intuition and a natural feeling toward something. The dog shows his instinct throughout this telling. In "To Build a…
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