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Call of the Wild, White Fang, and To Build a Fire

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Jack London
Modern Library
1993
416
037575251X
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London's 1903 novel about the dog Buck, who is forced to confront the harsh realities of survival in the brutal Arctic, is accompanied by the novel White Fang and a short story, To build a fire. Apart from its literary themes, the book is rich in details of history and geography, flora and fauna -- and it gives an awful lot of information about Klondike sled dogs.

ISBN: 9780375752513
$9.00

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