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1  Hal was hurled backward, as though struck by a falling tree.
The Call of the Wild By Jack London
Get Context   In Chapter V. The Toil of Trace and Trail
2  Hans snubbed the rope around the tree, and Buck and Thornton were jerked under the water.
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Get Context   In Chapter VI. For the Love of a Man
3  He crosses alone from the smiling timber land and comes down into an open space among the trees.
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Get Context   In Chapter VII. The Sounding of the Call
4  The great head drooped more and more under its tree of horns, and the shambling trot grew weak and weaker.
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Get Context   In Chapter VII. The Sounding of the Call
5  Night came on, and a full moon rose high over the trees into the sky, lighting the land till it lay bathed in ghostly day.
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Get Context   In Chapter VII. The Sounding of the Call
6  And truly Buck was the Fiend incarnate, raging at their heels and dragging them down like deer as they raced through the trees.
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Get Context   In Chapter VII. The Sounding of the Call
7  No matter how breathless the air when he dug his nest by tree or bank, the wind that later blew inevitably found him to leeward, sheltered and snug.
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Get Context   In Chapter II. The Law of Club and Fang
8  He could take a ptarmigan from its nest, kill a rabbit as it slept, and snap in mid air the little chipmunks fleeing a second too late for the trees.
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Get Context   In Chapter VII. The Sounding of the Call
9  It stood back from the road, half hidden among the trees, through which glimpses could be caught of the wide cool veranda that ran around its four sides.
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Get Context   In Chapter I. Into the Primitive
10  The whips snapped, the bells tinkled merrily, the sleds churned along the trail; but Buck knew, and every dog knew, what had taken place behind the belt of river trees.
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Get Context   In Chapter IV. Who Has Won to Mastership
11  From then on, night and day, Buck never left his prey, never gave it a moment's rest, never permitted it to browse the leaves of trees or the shoots of young birch and willow.
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Get Context   In Chapter VII. The Sounding of the Call
12  In fact, he seemed as much at home among the trees as on the ground; and Buck had memories of nights of vigil spent beneath trees wherein the hairy man roosted, holding on tightly as he slept.
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Get Context   In Chapter VII. The Sounding of the Call
13  Hans and Pete moved along the bank, snubbing with a thin Manila rope from tree to tree, while Thornton remained in the boat, helping its descent by means of a pole, and shouting directions to the shore.
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Get Context   In Chapter VI. For the Love of a Man
14  The hairy man could spring up into the trees and travel ahead as fast as on the ground, swinging by the arms from limb to limb, sometimes a dozen feet apart, letting go and catching, never falling, never missing his grip.
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Get Context   In Chapter VII. The Sounding of the Call
15  As he drew closer to the cry he went more slowly, with caution in every movement, till he came to an open place among the trees, and looking out saw, erect on haunches, with nose pointed to the sky, a long, lean, timber wolf.
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Get Context   In Chapter VII. The Sounding of the Call
16  He would thrust his nose into the cool wood moss, or into the black soil where long grasses grew, and snort with joy at the fat earth smells; or he would crouch for hours, as if in concealment, behind fungus-covered trunks of fallen trees, wide-eyed and wide-eared to all that moved and sounded about him.
The Call of the Wild By Jack London
Get Context   In Chapter VII. The Sounding of the Call