The Call of the Wild
by Jack London, 145 pages
Item Number: 4314
This book for the blind is offered in Original or Unified English Braille.
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Published in 1903, and widely regarded as Jack London's masterpiece, this is a classic tale of survival in the Alaskan wilderness. The Call of the Wild
is the story of a courageous dog, Buck, taken from pampered surroundings and shipped to the wilds of Alaska to be a sled dog. As Buck fights for survival, his primitive nature begins to emerge and he becomes more like the wolf from whom his breed is descended. This book is not simply the children's novel many consider it to be, as Call
deals with adult themes, such as the timeless bonds between man, dog and wilderness.
Package Weight: about 2.6 pounds.
(From the Timeless Classics shelf.)