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Daniel Dyer has a Ph.D. from Kent State University. He became interested in Jack London when teaching The Call of the Wild to eighth graders, and subsequently published an annotated edition of the novel as well as a teacher's guide for the novel. He and his son actually visited the sites of the Klondike gold strikes, following in London's footsteps.
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