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The Call of the Wild, the supplies brought on the sled of Hal, Charles, and Mercedes, taken symbolically, represent

A. their defining success in terms of possessions.
B. life triumphing over death.

C. an idealistic lust for life.

D. an effort to bring civilization with them.

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    http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/call/themes.html

    This whole webpage is worth the read, but you especially need to scroll down and read the section called Symbols.

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    In The Call of the Wild, the supplies brought on the sled of Hal, Charles, and Mercedes, taken symbolically, represent

  • literature - ,

    In The Call of the Wild, the supplies brought on the sled of Hal, Charles, and Mercedes, taken symbolically, represent

  • literature - ,

    In The Call of the Wild, the supplies brought on the sled of Hal, Charles, and Mercedes, taken symbolically, represent

    A. an idealistic lust for life.
    B. life triumphing over death.

    C. an effort to bring civilization with them.

    D. their defining success in terms of possessions.

  • literature - ,

    In The Call of the Wild, the supplies brought on the sled of Hal, Charles, and Mercedes, taken symbolically, represent

    A. an idealistic lust for life.
    B. an effort to bring civilization with them.
    C. their defining success in terms of possessions.
    D. life triumphing over death.

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    B. An effort to bring civilization with them.

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    The Call of the Wild, the supplies brought on the sled of Hal, Charles, and Mercedes, taken symbolically, represent

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    An effort to bring civilization with them...

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