Call of the Wild

the book is told from buck's point of view. how does this perspective influence how you feel about buck? how might the story change if it was told from the dog trainers point of view?

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Buck is our protagonist in the story. London comes as close to seeing life through a dog's eyes as London could get. So, the conflicts all surround Buck. The instigator for the conflict comes when Buck is kidnapped or rather dognapped from his cushy life in California. The rest of the conflicts surround his many adventures on his way to inner doggy nirvana! Any human point of view would have ruined the flow and intent of the novel.