1. If Buck could speak, write some dialogue of what he would say to John Thorton and describe why you think this is what he would say to John.
John Thorton had, for a second, vanished from Buck's view. Buck panicked as he frantically searched through the camp for the familiar sent that only John Thorton had. Once Buck noticed John near the river, he dashed towards him as his nerves were now at ease.
"I cherish you for everything you have rendered for my prosperity. I will eternally be in your debt, and I will forever continue to express my gratitude towards you" promised Buck.
"Buck, you barbarous beast, I appreciate your fervent dedication, and I ensure you that I will do the identical" assured John Thorton.
Buck would say this to John Thorton because, he accomplishes anything for the man, even if it means endangering his life. His concern for Thoton is vigorously devoted because Buck's anxiety is that John Thorton will diminish from his life.
2. What does the phrase, "Kill or be killed, eat or be eaten," mean?
The phrase means that in the primordial course of nature you have to ferociously lash at your enemy until they are inadequate of advancing forward. If you are not the initial one to maliciously barrage your opponent, you are the prime vulnerable victim to others' wrath. This is the most decisive law of nature. Buck experienced this law when he witnessed Curly's death and how the other beasts took advantage of her deficiency. He defeated Spitz and became the dominant primordial beast because, he mercilessly bombarded him to death and secured his dominance.
3. What heroic deeds did Buck do in Chapter 6? You must include textual evidence.
In Chapter 6, Buck completed these heroic deeds to ensure that the ferocious reputation was still in his possession. Thorton was struck by Burton and was nearly injured by the...