“The Wild still lingered in him and the wolf in him merely slept.” –
From White Fang.
Jack London, highly influenced by naturalism, wrote White Fang
only three years after the publication of The Call of the Wild as an
antithesis, this time, though, depicting how a wild severely
mistreated animal from the North can be changed and evolved into
a civilized animal of the Southland through some certain changes in
the environment and required attention.
Another adventuresome novel by Jack London and just like in The
Call of the Wild, although White Fang is not human, with the
descriptions related to it, certain parallels between animal and
human are shown so that we always keep in mind that this very
story has something deeper lying within.