Published by Dodd, Mead & Co., 1953 , this Reprint paperback measures 7 3/4 by" 5", with 216 pages.
In 1904, the Canadian Bank of Commerce transferred their teller Robert W. Service to the Yukon Territory.
Soon, Robert was famous as the poet who chronicled the Klondike gold rush. His verse tales of hard-bitten prospectors make vivid reading, with such colorful characters as One-Eyed Mike, Dangerous Dan McGrew, Pious Pete, and, of course, the lady known as Lou.
This book features a sample of Service's poems,
forty-nine in all.
Literature-Fiction, Poetry, American,