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Brown Wolf and Other Jack London Stories

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Author: Jack London
Language: English
Wordcount: 61,654 / 175 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 90.9
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 5,041
Added to site: 2004.07.03 8568

Boy scouts, and other boys, who have read White Fang and The call of the wild will like these short stories of dogs or of adventure in the far west, the Klondike and on the sea. Chosen and Edited By Franklin K. Mathiews

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' north again. I go out on to-night's train. You see, I've got a mail contract with the government."

When Madge had said that it was too bad, he made another futile effort to go. But he could not take his eyes from her face. He forgot his embarrassment in his admiration, and it was her turn to flush and feel uncomfortable.

It was at this juncture, when Walt had just decided it was time for him to be saying something to relieve the strain, that Wolf, who had been away nosing through the brush, trotted wolf-like into view.

Skiff Miller's abstraction disappeared. The pretty woman before him passed out of his field of vision. He had eyes only for the dog, and a great wonder came into his face.

"Well, I'll be hanged!" he enunciated slowly and solemnly.

He sat down ponderingly on the log, leaving Madge standing. At the sound of his voice, Wolf's ears had flattened down, then his mouth had opened in a laugh. He trotted slowly up to the stranger and first smelled his hands, then licked them with his to

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Average Rating of 4 from 1 reviews: ****
Tom Krebs

Breath taking! You can clearlly see how his childhood and experences in the Alaska has influenced his writings.



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