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“THE BRUTAL, VIGOROUS LIFE OF THE FAR NORTH”

LONDON, Jack. The Son of the Wolf. Boston and New York, 1900.

First edition, one of only 2028 first printing copies, of London's first book, his groundbreaking collection of nine tales set against the stark landscape of the Yukon, with frontispiece by Maynard Dixon, a lovely copy in original silver-stamped binding. $3300.

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"COMES NOW THE TIME TO MAKE A WORLD" (JACK LONDON)

SINCLAIR, Upton, editor. Cry for Justice. Philadelphia, 1915.

First edition of Sinclair's massive collection of "5,000 years of writings on the working man," from Jefferson to Marx, Lucretius to Kropotkin, Dante to Emma Goldman, published with America poised to enter WWI—“a socialist vision for a more humane world,” this distinctive copy with a contemporary inscription by Socialist Party leader Cora Wilson. $500.

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