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A prospector on the snowy 19th century Yukon trail survives with a half-­wild dog he meets on his journey. This version includes pictures to enhance the story.

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A New York Times Bestselling Author -- First published in 1903, The Call of the Wild brought Jack London critical acclaim, instant celebrity, and a readership that would span generations across the globe.­Stolen from the comfortable California home of Judge Miller, Buck -- a powerful half-­St. Bernard, half-­Scottish sheepdog -- is shipped to the Klondike and pressed into service as a sled dog. So begins an odyssey in which Buck experiences cruelty and neglect, learns the brutal skills of a survivor, finds a gentle master that he can respect and love, and eventually leaves civilization behind to become the legendary leader of a wolf pack.­**

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Gold! Gold for anyone with the guts to get it. But at what price? Prospector "Burning Daylight" learns that life is about more than money in this tale of adventure in the days of the Yukon.

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Features the haunting title novella, well worth comparing to Joseph Conrad's "Heart of Darkness.­"

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Jack London berichtet über seine Zeit als Tramp nach der Wirtschaftskrise gegen Ende des 19. Jahrhunderts. Man lernt die Gefahren und Strapazen des Lebens als Landstreicher kennen. Von zentraler Bedeutung ist dabei das Reisen als Hobo per Bahn auf...

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