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1  And over this great demesne Buck ruled.
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2  But Buck was neither house-dog nor kennel-dog.
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3  Buck had accepted the rope with quiet dignity.
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4  The man sprang for his throat, but Buck was too quick for him.
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5  Buck lived at a big house in the sun-kissed Santa Clara Valley.
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6  No one saw him and Buck go off through the orchard on what Buck imagined was merely a stroll.
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7  And each time the joyful bark that trembled in Buck's throat was twisted into a savage growl.
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8  Buck rushed at the splintering wood, sinking his teeth into it, surging and wrestling with it.
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9  That was the man, Buck divined, the next tormentor, and he hurled himself savagely against the bars.
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10  "Now, you red-eyed devil," he said, when he had made an opening sufficient for the passage of Buck's body.
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11  Buck described a complete circle in the air, and half of another, then crashed to the ground on his head and chest.
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12  But Buck did not read the newspapers, and he did not know that Manuel, one of the gardener's helpers, was an undesirable acquaintance.
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13  His father, Elmo, a huge St. Bernard, had been the Judge's inseparable companion, and Buck bid fair to follow in the way of his father.
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14  Dazed, suffering intolerable pain from throat and tongue, with the life half throttled out of him, Buck attempted to face his tormentors.
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15  More tormentors, Buck decided, for they were evil-looking creatures, ragged and unkempt; and he stormed and raged at them through the bars.
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16  Then the rope tightened mercilessly, while Buck struggled in a fury, his tongue lolling out of his mouth and his great chest panting futilely.
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17  And Buck was truly a red-eyed devil, as he drew himself together for the spring, hair bristling, mouth foaming, a mad glitter in his blood-shot eyes.
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18  For two days and nights this express car was dragged along at the tail of shrieking locomotives; and for two days and nights Buck neither ate nor drank.
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19  "You might wrap up the goods before you deliver 'm," the stranger said gruffly, and Manuel doubled a piece of stout rope around Buck's neck under the collar.'
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20  Buck did not read the newspapers, or he would have known that trouble was brewing, not alone for himself, but for every tide-water dog, strong of muscle and with warm, long hair, from Puget Sound to San Diego.
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