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THE CALL OF THE WILD
This fully annotated edition of "The Call of the Wild" includes:
- A Foreword by Sandhya Jha, highlighting the historical context of the author during the time in which he lived, as well as the significance of connecting with our ancestors
- A timeline of the author’s major life events
- A publisher’s note on the importance of the Quoir Classics series
Jack London was an American novelist and social activist who cut his teeth writing short fiction in magazines before eventually publishing his most famous works, The Call of the Wild and White Fang, both set during the time frame of the Klondike Gold Rush in the Canadian Yukon between 1896 and 1898.
Featuring the original story by author Jack London and a brand-new Foreword by author and activist Sandhya Jha, this new edition from Quoir Classics is republished in the hopes that a new audience might discover the fantastic adventures of Buck; a dog who is kidnapped and sold into service as a sled dog in the wilds of Alaska. Readers of all ages will find themselves enchanted by Buck’s breath-taking story and drawn into his struggle to survive against all odds.