DescriptionTITLE: White Fang
AUTHOR: Jack London
"White Fang" starts out with 2 men and a group of 6 sled dogs traveling across the Arctic with a dead man in a coffin. This group was followed by a pack of famished wolves. Each night a female half wolf half dog would seduce a dog away and allow the pack to kill him. This killing of the dogs lasted until there were 3 dogs remaining. One man tried to save a 4th dog that was being killed by the wolves and ended up getting killed also. From then on the wolves closed in on the camp of the remaining man and 2 dogs. Just as the fire, that was keeping the wolves away, on the camp burned low a rescue party came and saved the man and the 2 dogs from being eaten. After departing the pack came upon a 800 lb. bull moose. From there the pack split up to mate 3 wolves followed the half wolf half dog or the she-wolf. The 3 wolves fought and One-eye, a old fighting wolf, won and won the rights to the she-wolf. The she-wolf gave birth to 5 wolf pups.
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