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1  Grey Beaver was a god, and strong.
White Fang By Jack London
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2  The dreaded white god was not there.
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3  The possession of a god implies service.
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4  True, he was a god, but a most savage god.
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5  This but served to make the god more wrathful.
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6  For the possession of a flesh-and-blood god, he exchanged his own liberty.
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7  In return, he guarded the god's property, defended his body, worked for him, and obeyed him.
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8  Food and fire, protection and companionship, were some of the things he received from the god.
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9  Even a man-animal, a god, White Fang ignored, such was the terror he was in of losing his mother.
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10  His free nature asserted itself, and he showed his teeth and snarled fearlessly in the face of the wrathful god.
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11  From the protection of his god's body to the protection of his god's possessions was a step, and this step he made.
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12  No effort of faith is necessary to believe in such a god; no effort of will can possibly induce disbelief in such a god.
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13  One smash from the club was sufficient to convince him that the white god knew how to handle it, and he was too wise to fight the inevitable.
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14  One thing, in this connection, White Fang quickly learnt, and that was that a thieving god was usually a cowardly god and prone to run away at the sounding of the alarm.
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15  Never, no matter what the circumstance, must he dare to bite the god who was lord and master over him; the body of the lord and master was sacred, not to be defiled by the teeth of such as he.
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16  Besides, not only had he abandoned the Wild and his kind when he gave himself up to man, but the terms of the covenant were such that if ever he met Kiche again he would not desert his god to go with her.
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17  There it stands, on its two hind-legs, club in hand, immensely potential, passionate and wrathful and loving, god and mystery and power all wrapped up and around by flesh that bleeds when it is torn and that is good to eat like any flesh.
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