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The Call of the Wild, White Fang, and Other Stories

by Jack London

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A great author, these are his best. Wonderful at pulling you into the story. ( )
  JVioland | Jul 14, 2014 |
Includes Love of Life and Batard.

Some of the stories in this book are available as free audiobooks from https://librivox.org/ ( )
  captbirdseye | Feb 20, 2014 |
As a study of a particular kind of early constructed masculinity via metaphor, this book is invaluable. I say book because Call and Fang form a sort of single narrative--the movement from civilization to "the wild" and the movement back (though not by the same dog). The last 10 pages of Call are genius that surpasses the rest of the book, and the first third of Fang is really quite good (the first two chapters alone would make a pretty incredible supernatural horror movie). I don't have to recommend these books because everyone reads them at some point, but I would say if you haven't gotten around to it yet, get to them sooner rather than later. ( )
  JWarren42 | Oct 10, 2013 |
"to build a fire"
  elly2007 | Aug 12, 2007 |
The Call of the Wild and White Fang were the most gripping out of all of these stories. If you never paid attention to the plight of wolves before, you will after reading these stories. ( )
  freddiefreddie | Dec 19, 2006 |
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Dickey, JamesIntroductionsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
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This book is called White Fang it's written by Jack London. It is about two guys called Henry and Bill. They are taking a dead body to a funeral on a sled. They are traveling on the snow for days. They soon discover that they are being followed. They are traveling with 7 dogs Bill got fish out to give the dogs to eat, after he notices there is one fish left. Henry tells him he counted wrong theres only sixs dogs. Bill goes to sleep thinking he counted wrong. The next night he sees the seventh one running away but Henry doesn't believe him.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0192835149, Paperback)

Of all Jack London's fictions none have been so popular as his dog stories. In addition to The Call of the Wild, the epic tale of a Californian dog's adventures during the Klondike gold rush, this edition includes White Fang, and five famous short stories - 'Batard', 'Moon-Face', 'Brown Wolf', 'That Spot', and 'To Build a Fire.

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In these classic tales of the Yukon, a sled dog and a wolf struggle to suppress their wild instincts to serve their human masters.

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