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1  But it was Dave who suffered most of all.
The Call of the Wild By Jack London
Get Context   In Chapter IV. Who Has Won to Mastership
2  Dave and Sol-leks did not mind the change in leadership.
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3  His intention was to rest Dave, letting him run free behind the sled.
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4  Dave and Sol-leks were unaffected, but the rest of the team went from bad to worse.
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Get Context   In Chapter III. The Dominant Primordial Beast
5  Dave and Sol-leks, dripping blood from a score of wounds, were fighting bravely side by side.
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6  Buck had been purposely placed between Dave and Sol-leks so that he might receive instruction.
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Get Context   In Chapter II. The Law of Club and Fang
7  Dave and Sol-leks alone were unaltered, though they were made irritable by the unending squabbling.
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8  The driver went about his work, and he called to Buck when he was ready to put him in his old place in front of Dave.
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9  Buck received them in comradely fashion, Dave ignored them, while Spitz proceeded to thrash first one and then the other.
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10  Once, the sled broke through, with Dave and Buck, and they were half-frozen and all but drowned by the time they were dragged out.
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11  Like Dave, he asked nothing, gave nothing, expected nothing; and when he marched slowly and deliberately into their midst, even Spitz left him alone.
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12  Once, during a brief halt, when he got tangled in the traces and delayed the start, both Dave and Sol-leks flew at him and administered a sound trouncing.
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13  His only apparent ambition, like Dave's, was to be left alone; though, as Buck was afterward to learn, each of them possessed one other and even more vital ambition.
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14  He was surprised at the eagerness which animated the whole team and which was communicated to him; but still more surprising was the change wrought in Dave and Sol-leks.
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15  Dave was wheeler or sled dog, pulling in front of him was Buck, then came Sol-leks; the rest of the team was strung out ahead, single file, to the leader, which position was filled by Spitz.
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16  Buck did not like it, but he bore up well to the work, taking pride in it after the manner of Dave and Sol-leks, and seeing that his mates, whether they prided in it or not, did their fair share.
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17  This was the pride of Dave as wheel-dog, of Sol-leks as he pulled with all his strength; the pride that laid hold of them at break of camp, transforming them from sour and sullen brutes into straining, eager, ambitious creatures; the pride that spurred them on all day and dropped them at pitch of camp at night, letting them fall back into gloomy unrest and uncontent.
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Get Context   In Chapter III. The Dominant Primordial Beast
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