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To Build a Fire : And Other Stories

By: Jack London

...im!’ An’ yeh bet I dusted fer the barn.” “Any kids waiting for you back in the States?” asked the stranger. “Nope; Sal died ’fore any come. Thet ’s wh... ...nk, earnest face of his fellow countryman, he replied inconsequentially on the state of the trail. Then he espied Father Roubeau, who could not lie. “... ...is cup. “Thank God, we ’ve got slathers of tea! I ’ve seen it growing, down in Tennessee. What would n’t I give for a hot corn pone just now! Never mi... ...bronze. In fact, Mason suffered least of all, for he spent his time in Eastern Tennessee, in the Great Smoky Mountains, living over the scenes of his ... ...t know I ’d been there? Never told you, eh? Well, I tried it once, down in the States. That ’s why I ’m here. Been raised together, too. I came away t... ...rything. Malemute Kid went about his work, listening to Mason, who was back in Tennessee, delivering tangled discourses and wild exhorta tions to his... ...ly well. Fred die Drummond was a professor in the Sociology Department of the University of California, and it was as a professor of sociology that h... ...ine outrage, and it was only when he returned to the classic atmosphere of the university that he was able, sanely and conservatively, to generalize u... ...f Mary Con don’s henchman and messenger, and when it was over returned to the University to be Freddie Drummond and to wonder what Bill Totts could s...

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