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The survival of the fittest is an idea promoted by A. Carl Jung. B. Friedrich Nietzsche. C. Charles Darwin. D. Karl Marx.
Weegy: A. Karl Marx User: In The Call of the Wild, the bond between Buck and Thornton is best explained by observing that A. dog and man were both in touch with their primordial nature. B. Buck had helped Thornton pay off his debts. C. dog and man were like mirror opposites. D. Buck found Thornton fair and just; Thornton found Buck dependable. Weegy: C.) Dog and man were both in touch with their primordial nature. User: What happens the first time Buck is beaten? A. He has his spirit as well as his body crushed. B. He learns he has to obey men, but decides never to surrender inside. C. He swears that he'll someday have his revenge on Spitz. D. He learns that he can't get away with stealing another dog's food. Weegy: C. He learns he has to obey men, but decides never to surrender inside. User: On page 14 of The Call of the Wild, what's meant by the phrase "The domesticated generations fell from him"? A. Buck has lost a lot of hair in his fight with Spitz. B. Buck is learning to love a human being again. C. Buck is losing his civilized characteristics. D. Buck longs to return home to the Judge's family. Weegy: Buck is losing his civilized characteristics. User: How did John Thornton die? A. He was killed by Native Americans. B. He was killed by a group of wild wolves. C. He died in the river rapids. D. He died from frostbite to his feet. Weegy: In Jack London's classic novel, The Call of the Wild, John Thornton was killed by Native people. Buck found him with an arrow in him. Read more: User: A novel differs from a short story because it A. is told as a third-person narrative. B. is more likely to include subplots. C. comprises rising action, a climax, and falling action. D. includes a theme. Weegy: C. is more likely to include subplots. 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 ... (More)
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