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1  It was the Wild, the savage, frozen-hearted Northland Wild.
White Fang By Jack London
Get Context   In PART 1: CHAPTER I THE TRAIL OF THE MEAT
2  In the Northland, the only domesticated animal was the dog.
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Get Context   In PART 5: CHAPTER III THE GOD'S DOMAIN
3  The sun had come back, and all the awakening Northland world was calling to him.
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Get Context   In PART 2: CHAPTER II THE LAIR
4  Life was complex in the Santa Clara Valley after the simplicities of the Northland.
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Get Context   In PART 5: CHAPTER III THE GOD'S DOMAIN
5  Life in the Northland was simplicity itself when compared with the complicated affairs of Sierra Vista.
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Get Context   In PART 5: CHAPTER III THE GOD'S DOMAIN
6  He slept long hours and dreamed much, and through his mind passed an unending pageant of Northland visions.
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Get Context   In PART 5: CHAPTER V THE SLEEPING WOLF
7  In the same fashion, especially in the heat of summer when he suffered from the sun, he experienced faint longings for the Northland.
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Get Context   In PART 5: CHAPTER IV THE CALL OF KIND
8  In the Northland he had evidenced his fealty by toiling in the harness; but there were no sleds in the Southland, nor did dogs pack burdens on their backs.
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Get Context   In PART 5: CHAPTER IV THE CALL OF KIND
9  The master rode alone that day; and in the woods, side by side, White Fang ran with Collie, as his mother, Kiche, and old One Eye had run long years before in the silent Northland forest.
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Get Context   In PART 5: CHAPTER IV THE CALL OF KIND