读过 The Call of the Wild and White Fang
The hard obstruction of the cave wall, the sharp nudge of her mother’s nose, the smashing stroke of her paw, the hunger unappeased of several famines had born upon him that all was not freedom in the world, that to life there were limitations and restraints. These limitations and restraints were laws. To be obedient to them was to escape hurt and make for happiness. 引自第133页But growth demanded disobedience. In the end, one day, fear and obedience were swept away by the rush of lie, and the cub straddled and sprawled toward the entrance. 引自第134页
He watched and learned. ...... The first theft marked Buck as fit to survive in the hos...
The law was: EAT OR TO BE EATEN.