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The Call of the Wild and Selected Stories

Robust tales of perilous adventure and animal cunning Includes Diable: A Dog, An Odyssey of the North, To the Man on the Trail, To Build a Fire, and Love of Life Out of the white wilderness, out of the Far North, Jack London, one of America’s most popular authors, drew the inspiration for the novel and five short stories included here. Swiftly paced and vividly written, they capture the main theme of London’s work: man’s instinctive reversion to primitive behavior when pitted against the brute force of nature.

cover of The Call of the Wild and Selected Storiesauthor: Jack London
ASIN or ISBN-10: 0451531345
binding: Mass Market Paperback
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amazon price: $4.88 USD


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