The Spell of the Yukon: And Other Verses

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The Spell of the Yukon and Other Verses

BY

ROBERT W. SERVICE

NEW YORK

BARSE & HOPKINS

PUBLISHERS

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • The Land God Forgot 9
  • The Spell of the Yukon 11
  • The Heart of the Sourdough 15
  • The Three Voices 18
  • The Law of the Yukon 20
  • The Parson's Son 26
  • He Call of the Wild 30
  • The Lone Trail 33
  • The Pines 35
  • The Lure of Little Voices 38
  • The Song of the Wage-Slave 40
  • Grin 43
  • The Shooting of Dan Mcgrew 45
  • The Cremation of Sam Mcgee 50
  • My Madonna 55
  • Unforgotten 56
  • The Reckoning 57
  • Quatrains 59
  • The Men That Don't Fit In 61
  • Music in the Bush 63
  • The Rhyme of the Remittance Man 66
  • The Low-Down White 69
  • The Little Old Log Cabin 71
  • The Younger Son 73
  • The March of the Dead 76
  • Fighting Mac - A Life Tragedy 79
  • The Woman and the Angel 82
  • The Rhyme of the Restless Ones 84
  • New Year's Eve 86
  • Comfort 90
  • The Harpy 92
  • Premonition 95
  • The Tramps 96
  • L'Envoi 98
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