He learned only about hate. Nobody gave him love, so he did not learn about that.
A young wolf, White Fang, is born near the Mackenzie River, in north-west Canada, in about 1893. One day
he meets some Indians and they take him and his mother to their camp. They know his mother because she is half-dog.
White Fang begins to learn the ways of men—and of other dogs. The dogs hate him, so he hates them. He learns to fight
and to kill. It is a hard life, but will it change? Can White Fang learn to love?...