Kazan, the Wolf Dog

James Oliver Curwood

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In the far north, Kazan, one-forth wolf and three-quarters husky, is torn between the call of the human and that of his wild wolf mate. Early in his experiences with human beings, a young girl trusts him and is kind to him. He never forgets. Thereafter he is the faithful servant of all women, whatever may be his attitude toward men. Prequel to Baree, "Baree: The Story of a Wolf-Dog." 1941 reprint of original 1914 story; dust jacket torn on edges, but otherwise great shape