Text of Book
|1)||What is this chapter mainly about?|
|2)||Why are the men traveling to the North?|
|3)||Once Perreault and Francois had collected all the dogs they needed, how many made up the team?|
|4)||Buck is hungry. The author writes:
"He never had enough, and suffered from perpetual hunger pangs."
What does "perpetual" mean in this context?
|5)||There seems never to be enough food to go around and Buck learns to steal by watching Pike, who is described as "a clever malingerer and thief".
What type of person is a "malinger"?
|6)||What is the command the dog sled drivers used to tell the dogs to stop?|
|7)||In the second to last paragraph, the "domesticated generations fell from" Buck.
What does "domesticated" mean in this context?
|8)||In the same quote below, why does Paulsen mention "generation"
"The domesticated generations fell from him"