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The Call of the Wild and Selected Short Stories (Scholastic Classics)

by Jack London

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This work, The Call of the Wild and Selected Short Stories, published by Scholastic includes the stories: The call of the wild --

The law of life --
Lost face --
Love of life --
An odyssey of the North --
The pearls of Parlay --
A piece of steak --
To build a fire --
To the man on trail --
The wit of Porportuk --
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0531169820, Library Binding)

Buck, the dog hero, is sold into service in the Klondike. Abused by men and dogs, clubs and fangs, he becomes a ruthless fighter. A master that he deeply loves and respects saves him. But the actions of both humans and canines alike eventually force him to follow an instinct that he cannot resist. (Three CDs)

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:02:25 -0400)

Some of London's famous stories about animals and survival.

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