White Fang, Jack London. Revised version of http://ota.ox.ac.uk/id/1822 . White Fang London, Jack, 1876-1916 Library of America New York 1982 Taken form the original type-setting tapes used by the Library of America: 1911-1918 First edition 1906
Great read. A great story about the life of a northern wolf as seen from the perspective of the wolf/as seen through the eyes of the wolf.
This is one of my favorite books and I would recommend it for all ages.
Compelling and exceedingly well-written, White Fang is one of Jack London's best works and ranks high among novels written in the last hundred years.
A novel to be cherished for generations!
I have not read this book since I was a kid. I just reread it as an adult and I have to say what a fantastic book. Jack London has a way of opening your eyes to the wild like no other. You'll love White Fang.
By Mine? My furred iPad rivue
I think this is a different shorter version the 1 my tcher read in elamintray school but it's grate never the less
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