Dealing with the friendship developed between a Yukon gold hunter and the mixed dog-wolf White Fang, he rescues from the hands of a man who mistreats him, White Fang became one of the many classic adventure stories by Jack London. London's interpretation of Darwinism is perfectly reflected in this novel and he was able to combine different "adventure-elements", creating a new kind of adventure story.
Jack London was born on January 12, 1876 in San Francisco. He grew up in extreme poverty, and was forced to do menial and dangerous jobs. Before he took up writing, he was a sailor and a tramp. As a professional writer he finally gained world-wide success and became the most popular novelist and short-story writer of his day. Jack London died on November 22, 1916 from a "gastrointestinal type of uraemia", widely supposed to have been suicide.
Hayward Morse has appeared in innumerable stage, radio, TV and film productions in the United States, Britain, Canada and Europe. Successfully working at London's West End, he later received a Tony award nomination for his performance in "Butley" on Broadway. Very experienced with recording Audio Books, Heyward Morse shows his theatrical grandeur in playing different characters, credibly and most impressingly.
Please note: This audiobook is in English.
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Parts missing and broken audio
The transition between chapters were not well done. There were also missing parts to the story.