Robert W. Service: Selected Poetry and Prose
The writing of Robert W. Service is mostly known through his poems and ballads. Immortalized by his two iconic ballads, "The Cremation of Sam McGee" and "The Shooting of Dan McGrew," he has entered the world’s imagination as the Bard of the Yukon. But Service was much more than a chronicler of the Great North.
A traveller and adventurer who tried his hand at many occupations, Service left a fascinating set of impressions: the successful literary life in the course of which he produced everything from poems and ballads to fictional romance to thrillers and how to stave off the dreary process of aging.
Robert W. Service is a fresh selection of the most interesting and significant works of the author with a biographical introduction and a select bibliography of additional readings.
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The Spell of the Yukon and Other Verses
Ballads of a Cheechako
Rhymes of a Rolling Stone
Rhymes of a Red Cross Man
Ballads of a Bohemian
Later Collected Verse
Ploughman of the Moon
Harper of Heaven
Why Not Grow Young? or Living for Longevity