When John Thornton states, "it is splendid, and it is terrible, too," What is he referring to? Why does he say he is sometimes afraid?
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Answered by Aslan
Buck nearly dies by jumping off a cliff because he was ordered to. Thornton thinks this obedience and loyalty is "splendid, and it is terrible, too."
Answered by Klyne C #693956
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