White Fang Study Guide & Essays
After receiving rave reviews for his book The Call of the Wild in 1904, Jack London became very enthusiastic about a new idea for a book that would not be a sequel but a "companion" to The Call of the Wild. "I'm going to reverse the process," he wrote to his publisher. "Instead of the devolution of…
White Fang study guide contains a biography of Jack London, a complete e-text, quiz questions, major themes, characters, and a full summary and analysis.
- White Fang Summary
- About White Fang
- Character List
- Major Themes
- Summary and Analysis of Part 1
- Summary and Analysis of Part 2
- Summary and Analysis of Part 3
- Summary and Analysis of Part 4
- Part I - Chapter I: The Trail of the Meat
- Part I - Chapter II: The She-Wolf
- Part I - Chapter III: The Hunger Cry
- Part II - Chapter I: The Battle of the Fangs
The pack of wolves drags one dog away while the men are asleep.
The wolves attack when each dog goes for a drink in a stream.
A female wolf starts a fight with a dog and leads it away.
A female wolf that is part husky acts playful and lures each dog away.
Best Answer --> A. The other dogs and his partner, Bill, are eaten by wolves.
He is abandoned by the dogs, which run away.
He strikes out on his own to find food, is pursued by wolves, and is trapped.
He loses his way.
She is protective.
She uses him as a decoy to attract food.
She makes him fend for himself.
She scolds him for not wanting to leave the cave.