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The Call of the Wild has endured over one hundred years as an unforgettable adventure story about a dog and his humans as they test the thin line between civilization and the wild. Immerse yourself in the sometimes heartfelt and sometimes brutal story of Buck as he goes from the life of a pampered pet to a new existence ruled by primal instinct. The action swiftly moves along from one exciting chapter to the next, keeping the pages turning to the end. Unabridged 1903 edition.Keynote Classics Featuring Introductory Key and wide margins for notations and comments.
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