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Allegorical, supernatural and symbolic themes permeate these strange tales.
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By: Kate Douglas Wiggin
These three stories are now brought together under one cover because they have not quite outworn their welcome; but in their first estate two of them appeared as gift-books, with decorative borders and wide margins, a style not compatible with the stringent economies of the present moment. They belong together by reason of their background, which is an imaginary village.
By: Jack London
Eight good stories by Jack London, about the people and places of the south Pacific in 1908. These powerful stories rank among London's finest, in their trenchant look at imperialism and the exotic. London's grasp of the complicated human motivations for foreign exploration, and the often inevitable responses to local cultures which result, is unerring.
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