Connect with Protagonist
The book I just read is a book called “the Call of the Wild”. In the book, it is about a dog and a man. The dog was caught and sold to a man, and another man brought him again. The dog is named Buck, he was not really nice to the man, but and he liked the man very much at last.
The story starts with a dog named Buck that is being caught away by and sold out. He was very angry when he got caught “And Buck was truly a red-eyed devil… hair bristling, mouth foaming, a mad glitter in his blood-shot eyes.”(Page.5 Paragraph.8 Jack London) . The first man who bought him made him work on a sled. He was forced to work on the sled. He had many challenges with the other dogs. But he learned how to fight and steal food from the other dog very fast and even better than them. He is very strong in the team. Afterward, he worked with another man called John Thornton. Buck worked with him for a long time and many stories happened with them. So he liked the man very much and stayed with for a long time “He would lie by the hour, eager, alert, at Thornton’s feet”(Page.43 Paragraph.3 Jack London).
This process of the changes that Buck had with human is somehow similar to my. When I was small, I was send to my grandma’s house. I didn’t know my grandma very much, so I was kind of resisting to stay. But as I live there for some more time, I got use to it and like my grandma very much now. Another example is that when I was small, I went to a new school and I didn’t wasn’t to go there because I don’t know any of the people. So I was kind of angry and nervous. But it also got better and better after some time, and I had very good friends that I like very much there.
I think my experience is similar to Buck. We both had changes that we were afraid and angry at first, but like it very much later overtime. I think things needs time to go over it, and it may lead you to a good conclusion.