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The Call of the Wild (1903) is one of Jack London's most famous Klondike novels. The novel's hero is a dog named Buck, a family pet that is stolen and sold as a sled-dog for use in the Klondike Gold Rush. The novel depicts Buck's experiences as he is brutalized by his captors, grows increasingly wild, and fights to become lead dog.

Published in 1906, Jack London's novel White Fang is often considered the counterpart to The Call of the Wild. It recounts the adventures of White Fang, a dog that is also part wolf, living half-wild in the Klondike and subject to both the savagery and kindness of humans. The novel portrays White Fang's eventual domestication.

The Library of America edition of Jack London's Novels and Stories (1982) contains not only the texts of The Call of the Wild and White Fang but also includes maps of...

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