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5. In The Call of the Wild, when Buck is first kidnapped, all of the following occur except (1 point)

he gets sold for money.

he gets attacked by other dogs.***

he gets beaten by the man in the red sweater.

he gets caged in a train’s baggage car.

asked by Spn
  1. If you’ve read the book, you’ll know which of the choices is not true.

    posted by Writeacher
  2. Yeah I am certain it was B, just double checking

    posted by Spn

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