"White Fang" is a novel written by American author, journalist, and social activist John Griffith "Jack" London, published in 1906. The novel is about a wild wolfdog named White Fang. The story takes place in Canada, Yukon, during the Klondike Gold Rush in 1906. It is about White Fang’s path to domestication. It is a companion novel to "The Call of the Wild", which is London’s best-known work and is about kidnapped domesticated dog, which is forced to survive in the wild. Most of the novel is written from viewpoint of "White Fang" in order to better explore how animals view the world and humans and how the character faces violent world of humans and violent world of wild animals. The book also touches such themes as morality end redemption.