Call of the Wild

Call of the Wild Title

Why is the novel titled The Call of the Wild?

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Call of the Wild suggests a nature story that involves the primal instincts of animals. The title speaks to the narrative of Buck, a pampered domesticated dog, discovering his inner alpha-wolf and heeding his primal call to be in the wild, unfettered by man.