Implement MLA documentation in-text and on a Works Cited page
Describe two consecutive chapters of the novel from the perspective of a character who is NOT Buck. This does mean that you will use first person and pretend to be that character. (Creativity! What?!) You are limited to the knowledge of that character in the novel. You can choose a human character or a dog character, but you cannot use Buck.
No outside sources! Confine yourself to the text of The Call of the Wild only.
The submitted file must be a Microsoft Word document (.doc or .docx)--if you are using a different word processing program/application, you will need to save the file as a Word document.
The document needs to follow the conventions of formal essays: double spacing, a standard font, 12-pt font size, standard margins, and indentation of the first line of a paragraph.
Your summary must be 5-7 complete sentences with proper attention to mechanics, grammar, and syntax.
Try to avoid using the exact language of the author; if you do, enclose it in quotation marks.
Include in-text citations that follow MLA style guidelines.
Include a Works Cited entry that follows MLA style guidelines. Remember that the Works Cited should be on its own new page (but still part of the same document--do not submit a separate file for the Works Cited).