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White Fang [adapted ∙ Penguin readers Level 4]

by Jack London, Robin Waterfield (Adaptor)

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White Fang is a young wolf born in north-west Canada. His father was a wolf and his mother a dog. He was called White Fang because his fangs were white. His father and all his brothers and sisters were dead. He lived in the cave with his mother .White Fang could fight with his mother and kill a large animal. He killed for food. His life is became different when his mother died. The Indian men took him to the camp. In this new life, he learns the ways of men and dogs. He learns to fight and to kill. The Beauty Smith taught White Fang to be killer wolf and showed him to people for money. When White Fang slept, people woke him with a stick. White Fang hated Beauty Smith because he hurt him all the time. White Fang’s life was different with the Scott. White fang felt better because he was happy again. He doesn’t fight and kill. ( )
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This is the Penguin Reader adapted from White Fang by Robin Waterfield (62 p.), and should not be combined with the original unabridged work.
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This is a series of simplified stories, designed as an introduction to literature. The series offers classics, best-sellers, film-titles and original stories. Each book has extensive exercises, a detailed introduction and information about the syllabus. They are published at six levels: level 1 - beginner (300 words); level 2 - elementary (500 words); level 3 - pre-intermediate (1050 words); level 4 - intermediate (1650 words); level 5 - upper intermediate (2300 words); level 6 - advanced (3000 words). The series is designed to be suitable for students of English as a foreign language, for students of English as a second language and for reluctant readers.

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