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Visit www.readinga-z.com for thousands of books and materials. Writing Do you consider Buck’s changes in this part development or retrogression? Write an opinion paper defending your position. Social Studies Research dog sledding. Create a diagram that shows the various positions of the dogs in a sled team and describes their roles. Connections The Call of the Wild A Reading A–Z Level Z2 Leveled Book Word Count: 3,317 www.readinga-z.com Adapted from the Writings of Jack London Illustrated by Janos Orban LEVELED BOOK • Z 2 The Call of the Wild Part 2
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20 incarnation (n.) the physical form of an idea, spirit, or god; embodiment (p. 7) introspective inward looking; relating to an (adj.) examining of one’s own thoughts or feelings (p. 7) malignant (adj.) very evil or harmful (p. 7) malingerer (n.) one who pretends to be sick or incapable in order to avoid work or duties (p. 15) placatingly (adv.) in a manner designed to cause another to become less angry (p. 9) primeval (adj.) of or relating to the earliest ages of history; ancient (p. 17) primordial (adj.) from the beginning of time; ancient (p. 3) prowess (n.) great ability or skill in a particular area, especially at fighting (p. 7) retrogression (n.) a return to an earlier state, often less developed (p. 16) tuition (n.) teaching or instruction, especially of small groups (p. 6) vicarious (adj.) of or relating to the indirect experience of watching, reading, or hearing about another’s actions (p. 4) www.readinga-z.com Jack London (1876–1916) Jack London was an American writer and social activist. He wrote many adventure stories about the struggle for survival in nature and traveled north to take part in the Klondike Gold Rush when he was twenty-one years old. How does Buck adapt to his new environment? Focus Question Adapted from the Writings of Jack London Illustrated by Janos Orban The Call of the Wild
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19 Glossary adaptability (n.) the ability to change to fit a new or specific situation or environment (p. 15) antagonist (n.) one who goes against or opposes another; an enemy or rival (p. 4) belligerent (adj.) aggressive; ready to fight (p. 7) cadences (n.) rhythms or flows of sounds of words or voices (p. 17) diabolically (adj.) in a very evil way or manner; devilishly (p. 7) discomfiture (n.) embarrassment or unease (p. 7) disconsolate very unhappy, sad, or dejected; (adj.) unable to be comforted (p. 8) dispatches (n.) important official messages sent in a speedy way (p. 6) divers (adj.) various or several (p. 18) domesticated of or relating to plants or animals (adj.) that are raised for human use (p. 17) fastidiousness the quality of being particular (n.) or careful about one’s appearance, actions, or likes (p. 14) ignominiously disgracefully or shamefully (adv.) (p. 8) imperative (adj.) most important; necessary (p. 3) The Call of the Wild • Level Z2 The Call of the Wild (Part 2) Level Z2 Leveled Book © Learning A–Z Adapted from the Writings of Jack London Illustrated by Janos Orban All rights reserved.
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