Baree Son of Kazan. James Oliver CURWOOD.

Baree Son of Kazan. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Page and Co., 1917.

First Edition, in dustjacket with 'Second Printing' plug at spine. Frank B. Hoffman dustjacket art and illustrations. Sequel to Curwood's popular book Kazan, "the story of his son, born of the blind Gray Wolf, who fights out the struggle between the primitive and civilization in the Canadian wilderness. Nepeese, the Willow, a lovely French-Indian girl; Pierrot, a trapper; and sinister Bush McTaggart, are the humans who in their own tragic drama shape the wolf-dog's destiny". Basis for the 1918 Vitagraph Company silent film starring Nell Shipman and the 1925 silent film by the same company directed by David Smith and starring Anita Stewart and Donald Keith. Scarce in dustjacket. Near Fine in Very Good but edge chipped dustjacket, dime sized abrasion at top front panel.

Price: $350.00

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