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|1)||What does the author imply is similar about White Fang and Jim Hall, the criminal?|
|2)||Jim Hall was considered "incorrigible" in prison.
What does the word "incorrigible" mean as used in this chapter?
|3)||What causes Jim Hall to break into the Scott's home?|
|4)||Who secretly lets White Fang sleep in the house every night?|
|5)||What happens when White Fang fights with Jim Hall?|
|6)||What is most ironic about White Fang's encounter with Jim Hall?|
|7)||How does the judge feel about White Fang after the attack?|
|8)||Which sentence best explains the extent of White Fang's injuries?|
|9)||White Fang clings to life with a "tenacity" that the doctor could not have predicted.
What does the word "tenacity" mean in this chapter?
|10)||White Fang earns a new name in this chapter.
What is it?
|11)||What is the main point of the author ending the story with White Fang fathering puppies with Collie?|
|12)||Were there any events that weren't clear to you?|