Throughout his literature, Jack London loves to write about dogs. He particularly
loves to talk about dogs that are half-wolf because they symbolize the cross ...
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Dec 6, 2010 ... Fire is a repeating symbol in Jack London's short story, "To Build a Fire." Fire, and
the successful building of a fire, serves many purposes.
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May 8, 2011 ... The man did not heed his warnings and in the end was unable to build a fire. The
symbolism is the weakness of man amidst the power of ...
We can see through the short story that the unnamed man represents all of
humanity. The man follows through with intellect while the dog follows by with
May 8, 2011 ... How does his relationship with the dog symbolize the relationship he has with the
environment? ... To Build a Fire. How does the man and ...
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comprehensive chapter ... The coldness is the man's enemy and is also a symbol
of the natural world in competition with humanity. ... London Jack · To Build a Fire.
Apr 5, 2008 ... Jack London's “To Build a Fire” seems to set out on a single task: to ... the man
does not represent individuality, but is a symbol for all men ...
Jack London's startling, and even cold, observation of a man's foolish confidence
in the face of nature's power forms the story "To Build a Fire." As the man and ...