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This example may seem normal or just ordinary, but it is clear that there is only one thought on his mind, "To kill with (my) own teeth and wash (my) muzzle to the eyes in warm blood" Soon after Buck shows his willingness to kill with the rabbit, he gets another opportunity to kill when he gets into a fight to the death with the lead sled dog for his position...
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Although the lead dog, Spitz, has more experience in fighting, Buck wins because unlike Spitz, he possessed a quality that made for greatness, imagination. After the fight, Buck's instincts didn't stop coming to him.
As Buck instincts came out he gradually lost consciousness of the domestic way and its rules and slipped into a state of wildness that had no way of returning to the old rules of domestication...
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