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|1)||What is the main idea of this chapter?|
|2)||In the first paragraph of this chapter, the author says that as White Fang learns more about people, "familiarity did not breed contempt."
What does this imply about White Fang?
|3)||What does the author explain is the main way the gods of men and the gods of wolves differ?|
|4)||White Fang is described as Lip–lip's "special object of persecution."
What does the word "persecution" mean in this chapter?
|5)||In what two ways does White Fang change because of his interactions with Lip–lip?|
|6)||When he feels the pull of the wild, why doesn't White Fang leave the camp and return to the cave he was born in?|
|7)||White Fang quickly learns the characteristics of other beings living in camp.
Which two sentences describe how he sees men and women?
|8)||Which two sentences describe how he sees children and older dogs?|
|9)||What happens when White Fang tries to follow his mother after she leaves with her new owner?|
|10)||What lesson does White Fang learn from Grey Beaver right after his mother leaves?|
|11)||At the end of the chapter, what is the main reason White Fang chooses to remain in camp instead of running away?|
|12)||Were there any events that weren't clear to you?|