Tales of the North

Tales of the North

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Jack London has captivated millions of readers around the world with his classic tales of the high seas and untamed wilderness. His characters are men of courage and valor who struggle to survive the unforgiving elements. If you have never collected books before, you will want to start now. If you are a collector, Jack London Tales of the North is a must have for your personal library with its nonstop adventure and heroic exploits.

It is American literature presented in its most dramatic form--a high adventure in reading. Here, in a facsimile of the original turn of the century magazines, in which many of his works first appeared, are four of Jack London's greatest novels in their entirety: White Fang, The Sea-Wolf, The Call of the Wild and Cruise of the Dazzler, plus 15 of his best loved short stories, including In the Forests of the North, In a Far Country and The White Silence, from the rare original illustrated magazines. Jack London's Tales of the North is an original. It is a collection pays tribute to the foremost American writer of his day and the most popular American writer abroad.
Publisher: Secaucus, N.J. : Castle Books, 1980, c1979
ISBN: 9780890094396
089009439X
Branch Call Number: LON
Characteristics: 488 p. :,ill. ;,25 cm

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funkydave
Feb 08, 2015

Clasic Jack london, although he wasn't in the Yukon long he has an intimate grasp of the climate and people of the North in that time period,although its not true now, as I myself spent 11 years in the yukon, great stories on some of the real problems you can encounter being out in the cold

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