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Q: If you consider The Call of the Wild to be an allegory, which one of the following statements would be true? A. Judge Miller represents the primordial condition. B. Buck represents some
characteristic of humanity. C. John Thornton represents the civilized world. D. The book is a story about the need for socialism
A: Buck represents some characteristic of humanity.
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User: If you consider The Call of the Wild to be an allegory, which one of the following statements would be true? A. Judge Miller represents the primordial condition. B. Buck represents some characteristic of humanity. C. John Thornton represents the civilized world. D. The book is a story about the need for socialism

Weegy: Buck represents some characteristic of humanity.
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