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1  White Fang felt fear mounting in him again.
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2  White Fang followed and lay down beside her.
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3  His fangs be white, and White Fang shall be his name.
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4  After a time, White Fang heard strange noises approaching.
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5  If this man-animal intended harm, White Fang knew that he could not escape it.
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6  The puppy's name, as White Fang was afterward to hear him called, was Lip-lip.
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7  Besides, it was a position of such utter helplessness that White Fang's whole nature revolted against it.
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8  But when the frames of poles were made into tepees by being covered with cloth and skins, White Fang was astounded.
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9  White Fang had never seen dogs before, but at sight of them he felt that they were his own kind, only somehow different.
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10  And White Fang licked his hurts and meditated upon this, his first taste of pack-cruelty and his introduction to the pack.
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11  Lip-lip was White Fang's own kind, and, being only a puppy, did not seem dangerous; so White Fang prepared to meet him in a friendly spirit.
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12  And furthermore, such was the strangeness of it, White Fang experienced an unaccountable sensation of pleasure as the hand rubbed back and forth.
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13  Here, where canoes were cached on poles high in the air and where stood fish-racks for the drying of fish, camp was made; and White Fang looked on with wondering eyes.
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14  They went down the valley of the stream, far beyond White Fang's widest ranging, until they came to the end of the valley, where the stream ran into the Mackenzie River.
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15  White Fang bristled and snarled and snapped in the face of the open-mouthed oncoming wave of dogs, and went down and under them, feeling the sharp slash of teeth in his body, himself biting and tearing at the legs and bellies above him.
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16  When he was rolled on his side he ceased to growl, when the fingers pressed and prodded at the base of his ears the pleasurable sensation increased; and when, with a final rub and scratch, the man left him alone and went away, all fear had died out of White Fang.
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17  Nor did he like it when the man-animals arose and went on with their march; for a tiny man-animal took the other end of the stick and led Kiche captive behind him, and behind Kiche followed White Fang, greatly perturbed and worried by this new adventure he had entered upon.
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