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In The Call of the Wild, the supplies brought on the sled of Hal, Charles, and Mercedes, taken symbolically, represent
The Call of the Wild, the supplies brought on the sled of Hal, Charles, and Mercedes, taken symbolically, represent C. an effort to bring civilization with them
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