Wolfsblut (0) | London, Jack | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. Wolfsblut ist neben Ruf der Wildnis und Der Seewolf der erfolgreichste Roman des amerikanischen Abenteuerschriftstellers Jack London. Inhalt: Der Halbwolf. "Wolfsblut" (englischer Originaltitel "White Fang") ist ein erschienener Roman des US-amerikanischen Schriftstellers Jack London, der um im.
Wolfsblut (Roman)Wolfsblut (0) | London, Jack | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. Wolfsblut von Jack London - Buch aus der Kategorie Romane & Erzählungen günstig und portofrei bestellen im Online Shop von Ex Libris. Wolfsblut ist neben Ruf der Wildnis und Der Seewolf der erfolgreichste Roman des amerikanischen Abenteuerschriftstellers Jack London. Inhalt: Der Halbwolf.
Jack London Wolfsblut Product details VideoJack London. Wolfsblut. An Jack London hat mir auch immer gefallen, dass stets die Fabel im Vordergrund steht und nicht der Stil. Entsprechend gradlinig und schnörkellos wird auch diese Geschichte erzählt, man möchte sie bis zum Schluss nicht aus der Hand legen. KLAUS MARIA BRANDAUER und Hollywood-Superstar ETHAN HAWKE in dem wohl bekanntesten Roman des Abenteuer-Schriftstellers JACK LONDON über die Freundschaft eines Mannes mit einem Wolf. Auf der Suche nach seinem Vater begegnet Jack (Ethan Hawke - Training Day) in den eisigen Tiefen Alaskas "Wolfsblut". Er erliegt der Faszination des gezähmten Wolfes und gewinnt einen Freund fürs Leben. Zusammen. White Fang by Jack London, Volksverband der Bücherfreunde, Wegweiser-Verlag edition, in German / Deutsch. #JackLondon story Film Completo by Film&Clips di Peter Carter. Con Rod Steiger, Angie Dickinson, Lisa Langlois, Jeff East, Barry Morse Titolo originale Klond. Jack London () war ein US-amerikanischer Schriftsteller und Journalist. Er erlangte vor allem Bekanntheit durch seine Abenteuerromane Ruf der Wildnis und Wolfsblut sowie durch den mehrfach verfilmten Abenteuerroman Der Seewolf und den autobiographisch beeinflussten Roman Martin Eden. Wolfsblut [London, Jack] on 2plusbulgaria.com *FREE* shipping on eligible orders. WolfsblutReviews: Wolfsblut: London, Jack: 2plusbulgaria.com: Books. Skip to main 2plusbulgaria.com Books Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Account Returns & Orders. Try. Prime. Cart Hello Select your address Best Sellers Today's Deals New Releases Gift Ideas Electronics Books Customer Service Home Computers Gift Cards Coupons Sell. Books Reviews: Find Wolfsblut by London, Jack at Biblio. Uncommonly good collectible and rare books from uncommonly good booksellers.
One person found this helpful. Translate review to English. Aber kalt hat mich die Geschichte nicht gelassen.
Ich habe regelrecht mitgefiebert, als erlebe ich alles selbst. Ein besonderes Buch! Tolles Buch. Will man direkt eine Reise buchen und hundert Tage durch die Wildnis ziehen.
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London captured the environment and elements brilliantly. I love when I read a book and feel as if I am right there during the action.
I'm glad that I selected to read this as part of a group read. See more of my reviews at www. View all 19 comments. I was reminded of Diana, the Huntress with her lop-eared hounds driving her chariot and her nymphs as her hunting companions when I read this book.
And it is as that Goddess that I accompanied the wolf White Fang the only survivor out of a litter of five puppies , on his incredible journey through life.
I was the hidden onlooker basking in all the trials and tribulations that overcame him, be it through periods of famine, extreme brutality by human beings, his necessity and desire to hunt and t I was reminded of Diana, the Huntress with her lop-eared hounds driving her chariot and her nymphs as her hunting companions when I read this book.
I was the hidden onlooker basking in all the trials and tribulations that overcame him, be it through periods of famine, extreme brutality by human beings, his necessity and desire to hunt and to kill.
Due to all of this he was hated both by man and dog. So having no kindness in his life how could he possibly ever like a person, never mind love him.
There was no telling what the outcome would have been, for the third wolf joined the elder and together, old leader and young leader, they attacked the ambitious three-year old and proceeded to destroy him.
He was beset on either side by the merciless fangs of his erstwhile comrades. Forgotten were the days they had hunted together, the game they had pulled down, the famine they had suffered.
That business was a thing of the past. The business of love was at hand - even a sterner and crueler business than that of food-getting.
And in the meantime, the she-wolf, the cause of it all, sat down contentedly on her haunches and watched. She was even pleased.
This was her day — and it came not often — when manes bristled, and fang smote fang or ripped and tore the yielding flesh, all for the possession of her.
I really loved White Fang , despite whatever he got up to because you as the reader were allowed to enter into his reasoning mind.
That was so clever of the author and I often had tears to my eyes in parts and even a lump in my throat. One of those occasions showed White Fang , barking for the first time.
And what an incredible mix of individuals who blend in so well within the fabric of this book: The evil ones such as the Indian Gray Beaver, and Beauty Smith, who trained dogs to kill in blood sports versus the good individuals such as Judge Scott, Weedon Scott and his wife Alice and Matt, the dog-musher.
I defy anyone who will not be overwhelmed with the brilliance of this book by London. Nevertheless, he counters this by also demonstrating kindness and loyalty.
There was a sensational section with a man bent on revenge, to name but one of the different wonderful sections of this book and in several other cases, the men and women who came to realize the worth of White Fang.
In conclusion, this is one of those books that has to be read. View all 25 comments. I first read White Fang around the age of eleven or twelve.
I think that's about right, but I'm not exactly certain. I do know that I read it soon after finishing London's other famous novel, The Call of the Wild.
That first book, about a dog who's stolen and put into a life of hardship, would have been my favorite of the two at the time.
It remains so, but the gap between them is not so wide now. What I don't recall realizing as a kid was how these two books, one about a dog, the other about a I first read White Fang around the age of eleven or twelve.
What I don't recall realizing as a kid was how these two books, one about a dog, the other about a wolf, are stories told in reverse of one another.
White Fang is so named by the Alaskan Indians who take him, a similarity to Buck's fate, but Fang is only a cub at the time.
His life is only the way of fighting from it's beginning. And in theory White Fang's path in life crosses Buck's here, going in separate directions.
To this point he had never truly found trust in a man, until one comes along who can show him the way. View all 17 comments.
My second book by Jack London. As a kid, I watched Disney's movie with Ethan Hawke and loved every second of it. The majesty of the nature scenes, the thrilling albeit tragic life of the wolf the German title of the story is "Wolf's Blood".
Since I keep working my way through a wide range of classics, Jack London was not to be missed and his books were really perfect for winter incidentally, the weather got really icy every time I picked one of them up.
We follow a she-wolf as she chooses a m My second book by Jack London. We follow a she-wolf as she chooses a mate and has a litter.
One of the pups is the titular White Fang. Through his eyes we experience the life among his siblings, famine, encounters first with Natives and then with white humans, dog fights, pain and betrayal but also love and even humour.
Despite the age of London's stories, they address topics that are still relevant today - such as human greed, falsehood, friendship and more. The author's musings regarding human nature incorporated in this adventure were poignant and mostly accurate I disagree about Beauty Smith not being culpable.
I seriously hated most humans here. I can consider the times a story takes place in but animal cruelty is wrong no matter what century.
Thus, despite Grey Beaver already having been horrible, Beauty Smith was the worst because he pollutes the already tarnished White Fang!
To a certain degree, that made them alike: both had bad pasts full of negative experiences. The noteable difference, showing that the author also thinks animals are the better people, is how view spoiler [White Fang manages to turn around and lead a good life thanks to his benevolent master in the end hide spoiler ].
Best of all are the nature descriptions. It seems to be Jack London's greatest gift. The characters are nicely fleshed out and the story is solid and keeps you at the edge of your seat, but it wouldn't work the same way if it weren't for the reader landing smack in the middle of ice and snow in the American North, the wild north full of woods and lynxes and all kinds of other wildlife.
Moreover, as mentioned in the previous book I read by him, it shows that he was actually there himself. He knows what the cold feels like, how the different hours of light and dark can have a significant impact on one's mood, what noises keep one on edge the whole time and how one must rely upon one's companions furry and otherwise.
Longing is what this book is all about. Longing for freedom and independence, but also for a place one can call home, longing for companionship and love, longing for the vast wilderness and spirit of nature.
Apr 21, Sara rated it really liked it Shelves: animals , adventure , american-classics , children-s-literature , american , classics , gutenberg-download , survival.
I know why I loved this as a kid. There can be little doubt that Jack London understood the nature of a wild animal and the dangerous life in the Northern climes.
The descriptive power I know why I loved this as a kid. The descriptive powers of London made me shiver with the chill of the cold and the fear that must accompany a night spent with a fire being the only thing standing between a man and a hungry wolf pack.
But there is also a feeling of hope, of the possibility of survival, and of the love that a dog, or even a wolf, can offer a man, whether he deserves it or not.
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I can still remember the day I received the hardcover edition of this novel as a christmas present by my grandmother four or five years ago.
At a time when I was still recuperating from the classics thrown at us in school with the pure result of me feeling disgusted by everything which has been published more than one hundred years ago, I decided White Fang to be a piece of literature I'd better not pick up.
And so it rested on my book shelf for more than three years before I brought myself to o I can still remember the day I received the hardcover edition of this novel as a christmas present by my grandmother four or five years ago.
And so it rested on my book shelf for more than three years before I brought myself to open it again.
The first of altogether five parts turned out to be arduous to read, since I expected an animal's viewpoint, but read a story about two men trying to survive in Canada's wilderness.
I finally stopped reading at page forty or so and put it back on my shelves. Then, one year ago, I returned to "White Fang", telling myself continuously it couldn't be that bad, and exactly at that point where Part Two began, I fell in love with this book.
White Fang's story is told in such a magnificient way, you can't help yourself but root for his wolf, hope for his survival, suffer with him through everything he has to endure.
Jack London's novel became one of the first classics I enjoyed, and although some time still had to pass before I would turn my attention towards other classics, it ultimately broke the ice between me and classics, a long lasting antipathy fabricated by my teacher's abilities to kill any interest in reading all those great books out there.
Highly recommended! View all 12 comments. Mar 09, Loretta rated it really liked it Shelves: classic , myreading-challenge.
Although I did enjoy White Fang , I did not enjoy it as much as The Call of the Wild. Glad I finally read it though! One of my all time favorite books.
Hard at times, bloody, but if you love the outdoors, and dogs, try it. However as a friend here noted she's just reading it my mind was drawn back to it.
As noted below I grew up on a small farm and didn't have access to a lot of novels. I had 4 my parents had given me as gifts over time and our school had a small library.
T One of my all time favorite books. There wasn't a public library nearby. I found this and Call of the Wild in the school library.
I would have been about 11 I think. I love dogs. I'd lost a couple of dogs by that time country living was still more of a dose of reality then.
White Fang is the story of a young half wolf from his birth on. I read and reread it. Later I bought it and kept it on my shelves.
I may have read the print off a few of its pages. If I "liked" Call of the Wild I loved this book.
It is the second novel in my life that I read over and over and I recommend that if you haven't read it you try it. I'm not a dyed in the wool London fan, that said I like many of his outdoor tales even if I don't agree with many of his views.
Here I think is a masterful though simple book. I highly recommend it. Sep 06, Chrissie rated it liked it Shelves: canada , read , classics , fauna , kids.
I just finished this and the ending is very, very cute. It bowls you over to such an extent that it feels necessary to calm down and think clearly.
I love the ending because it is sweet and definitely overdone and exaggerated and sentimental. You see, because the ending is so sweet and because the earlier sections have been so heartrending, you do not want to think logically.
It is nice to just let your heart overflow with happiness. There is even a touch of humor thrown in at the end.
I don't kn I just finished this and the ending is very, very cute. I don't know how to rate this. I do know I love the ending.
This is a book good for both kids and adults. The book was first published in , and is considered a classic. I wondered if it would it be one of those classics that is hard to get through.
Would the style of writing be antiquated? No, not in the least. It drags a little bit in the middle, but the beginning is very exciting and at the end you do not want to put it down.
I was worried that what we know today about wolves would make what is said here out of date. This is not true either. I was in fact impressed with the accuracy of the knowledge imparted.
We see how White Fang, who is one quarter dog and three quarters wolf, sees the world around him, learns how to survive and becomes tame.
I liked how we see the world out through his eyes. The audiobook is narrated by John Lee. I am giving the narration five stars.
It is seamlessly performed; you never even stop to think you are being read too. The lines just float into your head.
Ok, I love the schmaltzy ending, but it is perhaps important to add that any hybrid is an animal that must be handled with caution.
This doesn't come to the fore in this book. For a kid it could be worth four stars. Jul 04, Paul Falk rated it it was amazing Shelves: action , light-hearted-adventure , animals , fiction.
When I was in high school, this book was required reading. It was one of the first books that I could not put down - a timeless classic.
View 2 comments. Apr 01, Werner added it. I'm way more than content with the ending. I believe I love this book even more than " The Call of the Wild ".
They're both quite opposite really and all too different too. Für die Indianer stellt sich Wolfsblut als besonders guter Schlittenhund heraus.
Später wird er als Leithund eingesetzt und wird von den anderen Hunden gehasst, da er eine besondere Behandlung bekommt. Er muss den Hunden nach Abnahme des Zuggeschirrs täglich seine Kraft beweisen.
Wolfsblut wird dann für ein paar Flaschen Whiskey an einen Mann, der Hundekämpfe abhält und grausam ist, verkauft. Er kämpft gegen Hunde und gegen ein Luchsweibchen, das frisch gefangen wurde.
Scott stammt aus San Francisco in Kalifornien. Er ist Minenexperte und steht mit der Obrigkeit in freundschaftlichen Beziehungen.
Darum greift keiner ein, als er Wolfsblut rettet.
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