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Farther north

by Jack London

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The Call of the Wild is a heart-rending story about a large, strong dog snatched away from his comfortable home and taken to serve as sled dog in the gold rush, and his struggle for survival. It is followed in this volume by several short stories relating life in the Klondike, each one terrible and sensitive, all gripping, exploring men's (and a woman's) strength and weaknesses. They are illustrated by archive photos, very well selected. A beautiful and well-produced book. ( )
  overthemoon | May 16, 2010 |
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This work, Farther North: Tales of the Yukon, includes:
The call of the wild --

The gold hunters of the North

To build a fire

In a far country

Which make men remember

Up the slide

Housekeeping in the Klondike

The unexpected

Love of life.
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