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To Build a Fire by Jack London. What does the dog appreciate about the man? a. his ability to make fire c. his comforting presence b. his drive to keep going d. his willingness to take risks
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User: To Build a Fire by Jack London. What does the dog appreciate about the man? a. his ability to make fire c. his comforting presence b. his drive to keep going d. his willingness to take risks

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User: The relationship between the man and his dog was most like that of a. two old friends. c. father and son. b. master and slave. d. teammates.





Weegy: The relationship between the man and his dog was most like that of two old friends.
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