White Fang

What was the most basic instinct that guided white Fang at the beginning of the novel


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At the beginning of the novel, his instinct was to be subservient to man. Man was provider of food.

He was subservient to his mother. He would always do as she, or well her paw, told her to do or not do. He was also curious. His curiosity was held back also by his instinct to stay away from pain.