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White Fang [PDF / Epub] ☁ White Fang Author Jack London – White Fang is part dog and part wolf and the lone survivor of his family In his lonely world he soon learns to follow the harsh law of the North kill or be killed But nothing in White Fang's life can White Fang is part dog and part wolf and the lone survivor of his family In his lonely world he soon learns to follow the harsh law of the North kill or be killed But nothing in White Fang's life can prepare him for the cruel owner who turns him into a vicious killer Will White Fang ever know the kindness of a gentle master.

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  • 249 pages
  • White Fang
  • Jack London
  • English
  • 18 August 2016

About the Author: Jack London

Jack London was an American novelist journalist social activist and short story writer whose works deal romantically with elemental struggles for survival At his peak he was the highest paid and the most popular of all living writers Because of early financial difficulties he was largely self educated past grammar schoolLondon drew heavily on his life experiences in his writing He spent ti.

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  1. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    White Fang Jack London White Fang is a novel by American author Jack London 1876–1916 — and the name of the book's eponymous character a wild wolfdog First serialized in Outing magazine it was published in 1906 The story takes place in Yukon Territory and the Northwest Territories Canada during the 1890s Klondike Gold Rush and details White Fang's journey to domestication It is a companion novel and a thematic mirror to London's best known work The Call of the Wild which is about a kidnapped domesticated dog embracing his wild ancestry to survive and thrive in the wild Much of White Fang is written from the viewpoint of the titular canine character enabling London to explore how animals view their world and how they view humans White Fang examines the violent world of wild animals and the eually violent world of humans The book also explores complex themes including morality and redemptionتاریخ نخستین خوانش سال 1974میلادیعنوان سپید دندان؛ نویسنده جک لندن؛ مترجم محمد قاصی؛ تهران، بنگاه مطبوعاتی صفیعلیشاه، 1332، در 221ص؛ چاپ دوم تهران، نیل، 1335، در 223ص؛ چاپ دیگر سازمامان کتابهای جیبی، 1340؛ در 207ص؛ چاپ پنجم 1343؛ چاپ نهم فرانکلین، 1354، در 258ص؛ چاپ دیگر هدایت، 1369، در 275ص؛ موضوع داستانهای نویسندگان ایالات متحده آمریکا سده 19معنوان سپید دندان؛ نویسنده جک لندن؛ مترجم شاپور رزم آزما؛ تهران، آرمان، ؟، در 256ص؛ عنوان سپید دندان؛ نویسنده جک لندن؛ مترجم محمد شاطرلو؛ تهران، دادجو، 1364، در 206ص؛ چاپ دیگر 1388، در 159ص، شابک 9789642621569؛ چاپ دیگر تهران، راستی نو، پر پرواز، 1388، در 159ص، شابک 9789642646340؛ چاپ دیگر تهران، یزدانیار، 1393؛ در 159ص؛ شابک 9786009184811؛عنوان سپید دندان؛ نویسنده جک لندن؛ مترجم خسرو شایسته؛ تهران، سپیده، 1364؛ چاپ چهارم 1370، در 111ص؛ عنوان سپید دندان؛ نویسنده جک لندن؛ مترجم مژگان حائری؛ تهران، نهال نویدان، 1374؛ در 128ص؛ عنوان سپید دندان؛ نویسنده جک لندن؛ مترجم بهار اشراق؛ ویراستار پریسا همایون روز؛ تهران، قدیانی، 1386؛ در 302ص؛ شابک 9789645361981؛ چاپ سوم 1394؛ با همان شابکعنوان سپید دندان؛ نویسنده جک لندن؛ مترجم مهدی علوی؛ تهران، دبیر، اکباتان، 1389؛ در 112ص؛ شابک 9789642621743؛ عنوان سپید دندان؛ نویسنده جک لندن؛ مترجم کیومرث پارسای؛ تهران، چلچله، 1392؛ در 226ص؛ شابک 9789648329438؛ عنوان سپید دندان؛ نویسنده جک لندن؛ مترجم سیدرضا مرتضوی؛ تهران، آفرینگان، 1394؛ در 64ص؛ شابک 9786006753881؛دنباله ی کتاب آوای وحش است، داستان در جریان تب طلای کلوندایک رخ می‌دهد؛ جک لندن زندگی سگی را که خون گرگی دارد، دنبال می‌کند؛ ایشان در این رمان به مسائل اخلاقی و تقابل وحشی‌گری و تمدن انسانی می‌پردازند؛ داستان در جریان تب طلای «کلوندایک» رخ می‌دهد؛ «جک لندن» زندگی سگی را که خون گرگی دارد دنبال می‌کند؛ تاریخ بهنگام رسانی 02071399هجری خورشیدی؛ ا شربیانی

  2. Miranda Reads Miranda Reads says:

    September Tier List Video is up Check it out for all my September reads The Written Review “The Wild still lingered in him and the wolf in him merely slept” The wolfdog known as White Fang has had a difficult lifeCruel companions cruel owners and a cruel world shaped him into what he is violent distrustful and aching for something he knows notWhen he finally stumbles into the hands of a kind master he is completely thrownThe world as he knows it is bleak and cold but the new master? He holds the spark of warmth that White Fang so desperately cravesBut after a lifetime of abuse will he be able to trust? This book was never on the to read list from my elementary years but this has been one that I have always been curious aboutI thought this was such an interesting story we follow White Fang from his earliest years as a pup to his adulthoodIt was heart wrenching and heartwarming and definitely worth a read

  3. Henry Avila Henry Avila says:

    Can an animal part wolf part dog be rehabilitated and become a domestic pet? The exact opposite of another Jack London novel The Call of the Wild So the premise is in White Fang A runaway former Indian bred she wolf Kiche along with forty odd others in a wolf pack are following three men on a dog sled two still alive Famine grips the territory in the Yukon during the Klondike Gold Rush Canada just before the start of the Twentieth Century The wild animals are starving literally they're just skin and bones Bill and Henry need to get to civilization uickly before the wolves have dinner A dead man is on the sled in a coffin some kind of British nobleman name never given why such a person is here the two live ones can't figure out and never asked Their job is to take him to a little remote town Strange goings on Bill feeds the seven dogs with fish at camp but Henry tells his partner they have only six Fires ring the fugitives from the law of the survival of the fittest the higher the flames arise the better how long the wood will last is something the men don't want to think about A dog disappears in the bitter cold horrific night at another stop another and well you get the picture no dogs or bullets One gentleman is left the hungry wolves come inThe wolf pack breaks up into smaller and smaller groups the famine ends Kiche the she wolf with some dog blood takes a mate One Eye an older animal A litter of five are born by the Mackenzie River but only one cub later named White Fang reaches maturity In the future a vicious ninety pounds of anger kill before they kill you is his way He learned it early to live is the only important thing All else doesn't matter nature is cruel the brave the strong prosper the weak fall down and stay down Grey Beaver captures the cub his late brother had owned his mother Kiche so he claims him as his The tribe agrees and takes him to the Indian village later sells the valuable grown up wolfdog to Beauty Smith who brought the liuor bottles while drunk an alias that the white man doesn't deserve not by a long shot he is the ugliest man around The beatings that White Fang received from Grey Beaver is increased greatly by Smith he likes punishing the animal it makes him feel brave and he is the biggest coward in Fort Yukon His new owner has contests dog fights inside a cage the crowd of men cheer on wildly humans the real beasts bet on their favorites during the carnage with any opponent fool enough to challenge White Fang Turning the already brutal wolf dog into a smart perfect killing machine Until Weedon Scott arrives a kind man with political influence The uestion will Scott rescue the unloved wolf dog who has never known gentleness from people just whippings and the club on the head or a kick to the body get the salvation he desperately needs ? Probably Jack London's best book

  4. Lyn Lyn says:

    White Fang Jack London’s 1906 companion and thematic mirror story to his classic The Call of the Wild begins with an archetypal London setting a scene of desperate survival in a harsh cruel environment Following the growth of a hybrid wolf dog as he grows and fights and survives in the frozen north White Fang embodies and demonstrates many of the common themes of London’s work such as survival of the fittest isolation from society and a primitive naturalism In the spirit of Joseph Conrad and Algernon Blackwood London subtly personifies “the wild” until it is as much a character as one who gets a line of dialogue Blackwood’s novella The Wendigo is a close companion to White Fang in that the frozen inhospitable and unforgiving northlands comes to add an antagonistic uality to the narrative In many ways White Fang brutal and less dramatic than Call of the Wild is the uintessential London novel though my pick for best London book is still The Sea Wolf

  5. Debra Debra says:

    I think I am one of the few who did not have this book as reuired reading in schoolWhite Fang chronicles the harsh realities of life When this book begins two men and trying to bring back the body of a third using their dog sled team There has been a lack of food and night by night one of their dogs go missing Finally they see the culprit a she wolf who is luring their dogs away Food is scarce and she is part of a wolf pack trying to survive Soon the men are being hunted by the wolves and it becomes a battle to survive Besides She Wolf half dog half wolf an older wolf called one eye is with the pack Eventually they mate and White Fang becomes their surviving pupInitially life is good for White Fang He is inuisitive and lets his instincts help him learn to explore and hunt But one day he and his Mother come across men Gods and their lives change Soon Mother and Pup are separated and White Fang gets his introductions into the harsh realities of life He learns the pains of separation the pains of beatings and the pains of not fitting in with the other dogs and wolves White Fang is sold and has an even sadistic owner who turns him into a fighter Eventually White Fang is saved and begins a new life where he eventually knows kindness and trust He becomes part of a family againSo now that I have told you the plot of the entire book I will tell you that I really enjoyed this story I liked how the story is mainly told through White Fang's POV It gives the reader a great look at White Fang's impulses instincts personality fears and thoughts Well written and with a sweet ending London captured the environment and elements brilliantly I love when I read a book and feel as if I am right there during the action I'm glad that I selected to read this as part of a group readSee of my reviews at wwwopenbookpostcom

  6. Lynne King Lynne King says:

    I was reminded of Diana the Huntress with her lop eared hounds driving her chariot and her nymphs as her hunting companions when I read this book And it is as that Goddess that I accompanied the wolf White Fang the only survivor out of a litter of five puppies on his incredible journey through life I was the hidden onlooker basking in all the trials and tribulations that overcame him be it through periods of famine extreme brutality by human beings his necessity and desire to hunt and to kill Due to all of this he was hated both by man and dog So having no kindness in his life how could he possibly ever like a person never mind love himThis isn’t your ordinary wolf with a touch of dog thrown in for good measure but a very intelligent creature who soon realizes from the time of being a puppy that it’s a uestion of survival living in this harsh Canadian climate and where you have the choice of being the one who eats or ends up being eaten; it is indeed survival of the fittest He soon finds out that he doesn’t actually have a choice in the way that he can lead his life He realizes the power of men the “gods” as he calls them and being faced with famine he uickly realizes what direction his life has to takeIncredible dogs are met such as Lip lip Collie Dick the hound White Fang’s mother Kiche the reddish furred wolf dog who had violent inclinations and One Eye the successful rival out of three fighting to be the object of her attention and desire and ultimately the father of White Fang The battle began fairly but it did not end fairly There was no telling what the outcome would have been for the third wolf joined the elder and together old leader and young leader they attacked the ambitious three year old and proceeded to destroy him He was beset on either side by the merciless fangs of his erstwhile comrades Forgotten were the days they had hunted together the game they had pulled down the famine they had suffered That business was a thing of the past The business of love was at hand even a sterner and crueler business than that of food getting And in the meantime the she wolf the cause of it all sat down contentedly on her haunches and watched She was even pleased This was her day – and it came not often – when manes bristled and fang smote fang or ripped and tore the yielding flesh all for the possession of herI really loved White Fang despite whatever he got up to because you as the reader were allowed to enter into his reasoning mind That was so clever of the author and I often had tears to my eyes in parts and even a lump in my throat One of those occasions showed White Fang barking for the first timeAnd what an incredible mix of individuals who blend in so well within the fabric of this book The evil ones such as the Indian Gray Beaver and Beauty Smith who trained dogs to kill in blood sports versus the good individuals such as Judge Scott Weedon Scott and his wife Alice and Matt the dog musher I defy anyone who will not be overwhelmed with the brilliance of this book by London Once I had picked this book up I could only uickly eat and couldn’t put it down until I had finished itJack London through his magnificent descriptions has embraced life in the northlands during the Yukon Gold rush in the 1890’s and shown such a graphic insight of the savagery of life then with human beings especially their violence towards their sled dogs Nevertheless he counters this by also demonstrating kindness and loyalty But this author’s incredible imagination keeps the reader hanging on with enthusiasm regardless of what happens There was a sensational section with a man bent on revenge to name but one of the different wonderful sections of this book and in several other cases the men and women who came to realize the worth of White FangIn conclusion this is one of those books that has to be read As for future reading I can see myself re reading it many times in the future as this is an absolutely wonderful read and there’s nothing to be said

  7. Sara Sara says:

    I know why I loved this as a kid It is a raw adventure with a natural charm and the idea of a wild wolf dog that is tamed by one man’s kindness would have been irresistible to my nine year old self Even as an adult it reads like a heroic tale as White Fang fights his way through life’s difficulties like Odysseus trying to find his way home There can be little doubt that Jack London understood the nature of a wild animal and the dangerous life in the Northern climes The descriptive powers of London made me shiver with the chill of the cold and the fear that must accompany a night spent with a fire being the only thing standing between a man and a hungry wolf pack There are moments of animal cruelty and even nature’s cruelty that make one cringe but the story is true to life and life is often unkind But there is also a feeling of hope of the possibility of survival and of the love that a dog or even a wolf can offer a man whether he deserves it or not

  8. Trish Trish says:

    My second book by Jack London As a kid I watched Disney's movie with Ethan Hawke and loved every second of it The majesty of the nature scenes the thrilling albeit tragic life of the wolf the German title of the story is Wolf's Blood Since I keep working my way through a wide range of classics Jack London was not to be missed and his books were really perfect for winter incidentally the weather got really icy every time I picked one of them upWe follow a she wolf as she chooses a mate and has a litter One of the pups is the titular White Fang Through his eyes we experience the life among his siblings famine encounters first with Natives and then with white humans dog fights pain and betrayal but also love and even humourDespite the age of London's stories they address topics that are still relevant today such as human greed falsehood friendship and The author's musings regarding human nature incorporated in this adventure were poignant and mostly accurate I disagree about Beauty Smith not being culpableI seriously hated most humans here lol Naturally people thought differently about animals then compared to now but even then one should have valued life whether furry or not I can consider the times a story takes place in but animal cruelty is wrong no matter what centuryThus despite Grey Beaver already having been horrible Beauty Smith was the worst because he pollutes the already tarnished White Fang To a certain degree that made them alike both had bad pasts full of negative experiences The noteable difference showing that the author also thinks animals are the better people is how view spoilerWhite Fang manages to turn around and lead a good life thanks to his benevolent master in the end hide spoiler

  9. Fabian {Councillor} Fabian {Councillor} says:

    I can still remember the day I received the hardcover edition of this novel as a christmas present by my grandmother four or five years ago At a time when I was still recuperating from the classics thrown at us in school with the pure result of me feeling disgusted by everything which has been published than one hundred years ago I decided White Fang to be a piece of literature I'd better not pick up And so it rested on my book shelf for than three years before I brought myself to open it again The first of altogether five parts turned out to be arduous to read since I expected an animal's viewpoint but read a story about two men trying to survive in Canada's wilderness I finally stopped reading at page forty or so and put it back on my shelvesThen one year ago I returned to White Fang telling myself continuously it couldn't be that bad and exactly at that point where Part Two began I fell in love with this book White Fang's story is told in such a magnificient way you can't help yourself but root for his wolf hope for his survival suffer with him through everything he has to endure Jack London's novel became one of the first classics I enjoyed and although some time still had to pass before I would turn my attention towards other classics it ultimately broke the ice between me and classics a long lasting antipathy fabricated by my teacher's abilities to kill any interest in reading all those great books out thereHighly recommended

  10. Ron Ron says:

    I first read White Fang around the age of eleven or twelve I think that's about right but I'm not exactly certain I do know that I read it soon after finishing London's other famous novel The Call of the Wild That first book about a dog who's stolen and put into a life of hardship would have been my favorite of the two at the time It remains so but the gap between them is not so wide now What I don't recall realizing as a kid was how these two books one about a dog the other about a wolf are stories told in reverse of one another White Fang is so named by the Alaskan Indians who take him a similarity to Buck's fate but Fang is only a cub at the time His life is only the way of fighting from it's beginning First it comes with the many dog puppies of the Indian's camp then with the white man haphazardly named “Beauty Smith” a man who represents all but what is good or kind And in theory White Fang's path in life crosses Buck's here going in separate directions To this point he had never truly found trust in a man until one comes along who can show him the way

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