Matt: Matt is Weedon Scott's business partner and traveling companion. One of the humans Gray Beaver recognizes his mother, so he takes both, White Fang and his mother home with him. Some characters both animal and human are injured, but no blood is shown. The Indian Camp is located nearby. Animals are revealed as loyal, courageous, powerful; actions are motivated by need to survive. Yeah, let's just say that his master isn't exactly heaping the lovin' on our wolf. The men, Bill and Henry, are stalked by a large pack of starving wolves over the course of several days.
First serialized in magazine, it was published in 1906. The book also explores complex themes including and. White Fang takes place in Canada during the Klondike Gold Rush. He is a neutral master, neither as cruel as Beauty Smith, nor as kind as Weedon Scott. She makes White Fang's life miserable—but in a playful, non-lethal way—when he first arrives at Scott's place, only to gradually decide that he's actually pretty okay.
Bill one of two sled drivers in Part I who are pursued by a pack of hungry wolves. After all, Fang has been treated badly by society, and might have turned out this evil if he'd stayed in Beauty's hands. Well, he definitely learns to have a healthy combination of fear and respect for humanity. She also fights to get them food. He's basically a warm-up for Beauty Smith, something that White Fang has to deal with, endure and eventually get used to if he wants to survive in the Big Bad World. Does that make the violence easier to accept? He's played mainly as a pawn of mankind. Generally, naturalism refers to those who viewed life strictly from a scientific approach; in this case that translates to the view that man and other creatures were victims of their heredity and environment.
When he is with his family. He spends all the money he has made from trading fur in the Yukon and then sells White Fang to Beauty for some bottles of whiskey. He hates everything, fights everything, and darn near kills just about everything too. They're basically extensions of Grey Beaver, though they're a little kinder to White Fang than he is. He realizes how hard life in the wild is when he runs away from camp and earns the respect of Gray Beaver when he saves his son Mit-Sah from a group of boys seeking revenge.
Gray Beaver eventually trades his dog for the white man's whiskey. Once Judge Scott is won over, White Fang has basically entered the winner's circle and will surely live happily ever after. Spanker: Spanker is the third sled dog to run away to the wolves. Like a lot of things in life, people show up and pretty much ruin everything. This section contains 1,304 words approx. White Fang breaks through the window and boards the steamer.
Tim Keenan Tim is a faro-dealer who owns Cherokee the bulldog, and pits him in mortal combat against White Fang. The main characters of this fiction, adventure story are White Fang,. And to make matters worse, the other dogs in the camp would happily kill him if given a chance. He is responsible for the sled dog team that White Fang will lead. While growing up in the wild he has his first encounter with humans in the woods. If we had to pick his most important quality, we'd say it's his brains Why? No further distribution without written consent. White Fang kills Hall and is nearly killed himself but survives.
He grows hard under Lip-lip's mean treatment and cruel under Beauty Smith's abusive imprisonment. If the wolf is to be useful as a sled dog, he must know how to follow commands without hesitation or questioning. White Fang lives with Weedon and his family as a domesticated, or tame, family pet. And I did this repeatedly, to the clogging of my narrative and in violation of my artistic canons; and I did it in order to hammer into the average human understanding that these dog-heroes of mine were not directed by abstract reasoning, but by instinct, sensation, and emotion, and by simple reasoning. They are liked by White Fang. She was raised in the Indian camp by Gray Beaver, and it was this upbringing which enabled her to outsmart Henry and Bill so often. Humans use guns, canes, savagely beat animals mostly off-camera, but cries and whimpers are heard.
The book has been awarded with , and many others. This keeps happening and wolves keep leaving, so Bill decides to kill the female wolf. That strong wolf cub is White Fang! He is killed by One Eye in a fight. She has lived among the Indians and is comfortable around humans. Large Gray Wolf One of the leaders of the wolf pack. He is a prospective mate of Kiche, but is killed in a fight.
As an inquisitive youngster, White Fang discovers the world around him with the help of his mother. It is at this time that White Fang is separated from his mother who is sold off to another Indian Camp by Three Eagles. By letting us experience that journey from a wolfy perspective, London makes sure we know it's another soul experiencing it all, and if we can see our feelings in White Fang, we might be more compassionate when we see the same feelings in another human. He encourages the other dogs to attack White Fang in groups, and as a result White Fang becomes dangerous to the other Indian dogs. He is killed by White Fang. Salmon Tongue An Indian from whom White Fang gets his first pleasurable experience of physical affection. Winter finds Kichi taking her pup to Grey Beaver voiced by Eddie Spears and his people, where they will find warmth and food.
His actions were theirs to command. White Fang becomes hostile to and fights with this dog. Filmmaker Espigares attempts to soften some of the more savage beats in London's tale and seems to have a firm handle on just how much of the book's brutality must be retained to stay true to the author's intent. Jim Hall wants revenge on Judge Scott, thinking he was part of the conspiracy. Major: A dog on Scott's sled team, he tries to steal meat from White Fang.