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Author: Jack London

Year Published: 1903

Type: Novel

Genre: Adventure

Perspective and Narrator:

The Call of the Wild is told from a third-person limited omniscient point of view, focusing primarily on the dog Buck, except at the beginning and end of the text.

Tense:

Jack London'sThe Call of the Wild is told in the past tense.

About the Title:

The title, The Call of the Wild, refers to the urge of the novel's protagonist, a dog named Buck, to return to the primordial state of his wolf ancestors.

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