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Which line from White Fang could be used to support the idea that the young pup is wary of humans?

“Lip-lip was White Fang’s own kind, and being only a puppy, did not seem dangerous . . .” Ruth is paraphrasing a portion of White Fang to support her idea that the pup feels a new emotion after his experiment with fire.

Which line from White Fang is an example of internal conflict?

Terms in this set (16) Which line from White Fang is an example of internal conflict? “She rolled him off his legs so that he could not run, while she repeatedly ripped and slashed him with her fangs.”

How does White Fang change when he compares his new environment to his old environment?

How does White Fang change when he compares his new environment to his old environment? He appreciates that he is no longer lonely. He misses the peace of the wild. He develops a fear of the wild.

What is revealed about White Fang through his interaction with the fire?

But White Fang sat on his haunches and ki-yi’d and ki-yi’d, a forlorn and pitiable little figure in the midst of the man-animals. What is revealed about White Fang through his interaction with the fire? Then he smelled the strange fabric, saturated with the man-smell.

What does White Fang’s reaction to his new setting reveal about him?

—White Fang, Jack London What does White Fang’s reaction to his new setting reveal about him? He is afraid of large things he does not understand. He is angry about leaving his cave. He does not become scared when he sees new things.

How do GREY Beavers actions in this passage affect White Fang?

by making him too afraid to leave Kiche. by making him feel threatened by Grey Beaver. by making him less afraid of Grey Beaver.

Which best states how the narrator’s point of view helps the reader understand the excerpt?

Which best states how the narrator’s point of view helps the reader understand the excerpt? The narrator’s point of view allows the reader to develop a better understanding of the author’s opinion. The narrator’s point of view allows the reader to understand the perspectives of all of the characters.

Which point of view does the narrator use?

First-Person Point of View: Subjective Point of View. In a story told from first-person point of view, the narrator is one of the characters and tell us what he or she experiences and thinks about those experiences.

What are the 4 point of views?

Point of view isn’t easy though, since there are so many to choose from: first person, third person limited, third person omniscient, second person. All stories are written from a point of view.