Read this passage from Jack London’s White Fang. But it did not all happen in a day, this giving over of himself, body and soul,

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Read this passage from Jack London’s White Fang.

But it did not all happen in a day, this giving over of himself, body and soul, to the man-animals. He could not immediately forego his wild heritage and his memories of the Wild. There were days when he crept to the edge of the forest and stood and listened to something calling him far and away. And always he returned, restless and uncomfortable, to whimper softly and wistfully at Kiche’s side and to lick her face with eager, questioning tongue.

This passage is an example of conflict between

1. White Fang and the “man-animals.”
2. White Fang and Kiche.
3. White Fang and his desires.
4. White Fang and the growing-up process.

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Hải Đăng 5 months 2021-09-02T12:47:20+00:00 2 Answers 8 views 0

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    2021-09-02T12:48:50+00:00

    Answer:

    White Fang and his desires.

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    2021-09-02T12:49:06+00:00

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    Step-by-step explanation:

    White fang wants to escape to go back to the wild but he can’t

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