GREAT DOG STORIES OF ALL TIME by Fairfax-Ed. Downey

GREAT DOG STORIES OF ALL TIME

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This follows a previous anthology of horse stories (My Kingdom for a Horse, 1960) in its combination of old and recent fiction and fact. From Virgil and an Egyptian legend, to the ""most famous dog story"", The Dog of Montargis, to the pets of Harriet Beecher Stowe, Landseer, Byron and others, this is a collection with great appeal. It contains the histories of various species, tales of war dogs, and classic stories. Its authors include Woollcott, Kantor, Kipling, Goldsmith, Untermeyer and others.

Pub Date: Sept. 28th, 1962
Publisher: Doubleday