The call of the wild
The story of a dog brutalized by men in the Klondike, whose primaeval instincts gradually returned until, after the brutal murder of his master, he joined a pack of wolves
The Call of the Wild, Jack London's 1903 Klondike Gold Rush-set adventure, was banned in Yugoslavia and Italy for being "too radical" and was burned by the Nazis because of the author's well-known socialist leanings.
Contents of the book:
- I. Into the Primitive
- IL The Law of Club and Fang,
- III, The Dominant Primordial Beast.
- IV. Who has won to Mastership's.
- V. The Toil of Trace and Trail.
- VI. For the Love of a Man.
- VII. The Sounding of the Call.
Author: Jack London
Illustrator: Philip R. Goodwin.
Charles Livingston Bull.
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