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TO Build a Fire 3

author jack london
seting yukon trial alascka
main charicter the man
main charicter's pet a huskey
what event puts the man in danger he breaks though the surface of the ice and gets his feet wet
what does he try to do to fix this he builds a fire
what happens to the first fire snow falls from tree tops and puts it out
from what point of view is the story told omnisent
how does the tone change as the story progresses it grows more frantic
how is the main character characterized as smart but unimagnitive inexperienced in the wild
when does the dog turn on his master after the man try to kill it to warm up his hands
how many ways does the man try to rewarm himself four
who in the man going to meet the boys
who warned him about walking alown on winter days the old timer
Created by: James 15