1. why does the author describe buck’s progress as “retrogression”? a. buck’s behavior was becoming more and more evil b. buck was returning to his ancient instinctual roots c. buck’s morals were becoming fine-tuned< < < < < 2. what is the literary element called that describes how francois and perrault speak in the novel? a. dialogue b. french canadian c. dialect 3. which of the following is not an element of plot? a. point of view b. climax c. exposition 4. what climax is reached in chapter three? a. dolly goes mad b. buck and spits have a final confrontation c. starving huskies invade the


1. The author describes Buck’s progress as a recovery as B. Buck was returning to his ancient institutional roots. It is partially tamed, yet it feels the urge to return to its roots for a wild animal.
2. The literary element that describes the way Francois and Perrault speak in the novel is called the C. dialect. It is the way people speak in some areas of the world.
3. The choice is that A. view is not an element of a plot (because that is the perspective of the novel), but the top and the interpretation.
4. Climax is the most intricate part of a novel that leads to text resolution. Here, the climax in chapter 3 is when B. Buck and Spits have a final confrontation.