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White Fang

White Fang

  

by Jack London

White Fang: Symbols Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around White Fang? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. What are Henry and Bill carrying in their sled?


Supplies.
A coffin.
The mail.
White Fang's mother.
Q. What does White Fang think of San Francisco?


It's a blast. He loves the nightlife.
It's a nightmare vision.
It's cold.
It's a heckuva lot better than the Yukon.
Q. In the very last chapter, what is White Fang finally released from?


Domesticity.
His bandages.
Life.
Memories of Beauty Smith.
Q. What part of a man's body does White Fang mistrust?


The eyes.
The hands.
The voice.
None of the above.
Q. Where does White Fang go to sleep at the end of the story?


Scott's bedroom.
The cave where he was born.
His bed.
The sun.
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