Jack London The Call Of The Wild
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London, Jack; Olgin, Moissaye J. , translator: DI SHTIME FUN BLUT. THE CALL OF THE WILD. 1919. New York: Nay-tsayt. ; fester Einband / hard cover
Cloth. 8vo. Ix, vi, 180 pages. In Yiddish. Illustrated. SUBJECT (S) : Fiction; London, Jack, 1876-1916 - translations into Yiddish. OCLC lists 14 copies worldwide. Olgin (1878-1939) , originally named Moses Joseph Novomisky, was born near Kiev, where he studied at Kiev University and started a student group that became a branch of the Jewish Labor Bund. He left the University in 1904, and then left Russia two years later for Germany, where he continued his studies at the University of Heidelberg. In 1914, after a return to Russia and then a year in Vienna, Olgin moved to New York and edited the Jewish Daily Forward. He founded the Yiddish-language Freiheit after joining the Workers Party in 1921, and was its editor for the rest of his life. Aside from London's Call of the Wild, Olgin translated Lenin's writings and John Reid's Ten Days that Shook the World. (Schulman, EJ) Ends of the spine are a little worn, back hinge beginning to crack, marks inside front cover where library card pocket has been removed, no other library marks, good condition. (HEB-4-18)
[SW: Judaica Jewish Jewry Judaism Juif Juives Juden Judisch Joods Judios Communist Party, Communism]
Jack London: The Call of the Wild and White Fang, CRW Publishing Limited, August 2004 ISBN: 1904633676
Two of Jack London's best-loved masterpieces. Call of the Wild tells a compelling tale of adventure during the Yukon Gold Rush, and captures the unquenchable spirit of Buck, a kidnapped dog trying to survive in the harshest of environments. White Fang follows the savage life of a magnificent half wolf, half dog.
NEW 157X20X100 20 mm x 100 mm x 157 mm; Collector's Library .
[SW: Englisch; Romane/Erzählungen]
London, Jack: The Call of the Wild / White Fang, London The Reader's Digest Association Ltd 1991
Afterword by Jack Sullivan. This is NOT a Reader's Digest Condensed Book. Part of the World's Best Reading series. No Jacket as Issued hardcover Clean Copy
London, Jack: The Call of the Wild. 1903. Cloth.
New York: The Macmillan Company. 1903. Fourth printing. Small octavo. Illustrated gilt titled olive cloth with gilt top edge. Extremities are lightly rubbed with a trace of joint wear. Boards are lightly scuffed. Edges are lightly tanned with some light soiling else a very good copy of this early printing of author Jack London's classic book. Previous owner's name at top front pastedown and on half title. Illustrations by Philip R. Goodwin, Charles Livingston Bull and Charles Edward Hopper. A nice copy of a wonderful book.