The first example of Buck

The first example of Buck - The first example of Buck's new...

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Unformatted text preview: The first example of Buck's new masters' ineptitude is the tent, which is awkwardly assembled. In addition, the dishes are packed unwashed, and no one has any concept as to how to load and pack the sled. Furthermore, when the three attempt to leave, the dogs are unable to budge the sled; ignorantly, Hal assumes that this is merely incompetence on the part of the dogs, and he beats them severely, lashing them viciously with his whip. A man from a neighboring tent attempts to defend the dogs, claiming that "they are plumb tuckered out," and another incensed onlooker tells the three that the sled runners are frozen fast in the snow; this is the reason why the dogs cannot budge the sled. Here again is more proof of the trio's ineptitude and what is far worse is their basic ignorance of the techniques of dealing with the conditions of the great North. Throughout the beatings of the the techniques of dealing with the conditions of the great North....
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This note was uploaded on 12/03/2011 for the course ENGLISH 1001 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at Texas State.

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