White Fang | Study Guide

Jack London

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Overview

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Author

Jack London

Year Published

1906

Type

Novel

Genre

Adventure

Perspective and Narrator

White Fang is narrated by a third-person narrator with limited omniscience. For the majority of the novel, the narrator follows White Fang's perspective, which allows London to personify White Fang without making him a speaking character.

Tense

White Fang is narrated in past tense.

About the Title

White Fang refers to the main character in the story, a domesticated wolf who learns to love.

Summary

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