Read this passage: it is quite true that the flooding of glen canyon has opened up to the motorboat explorer parts of side canyons that formerly could be reached only by people able to walk. but the sum total of terrain visible to the eye and touchable by hand and foot has been greatly diminished, not increased. because of the dam the river is gone, the inner canyon is gone, the best parts of the numerous side canyons are gone - all hidden beneath hundreds of feet polluted water, accumulating silt, and mounting tons of trash. this portion of glen canyon - and who can estimate how many cubic miles were lost - is no longer accessible to anybody. (except scuba divers.) and this, do not forget, was the most valuable part of glen canyon, richest in scenery, archaeology, history, flora and fauna. in this passage from "the dam-nation of a canyon," what type of bias is the author displaying?
a, a knight
answer: buck is a dog living a charmed life on the estate of judge miller, during the time of the klondike gold rush in 1897. he is the king of all the animals on the estate and as such enjoys special privileges, such as the run of the estate and the admirable position of being the judge's favorite dog.
this all ends the day he accompanies manuel on a walk through the orchard to a flag station, where manuel sells him to a stranger. manuel sells buck, because he has gambling debts he needs to pay and a family to support.
this one act changes buck's life irrevocably. it is the catalyst for the rest of the story about buck and his transformation from domestic pet to wild animal.
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