The poetry of Robert Service conjures up the spirit of the Yukon and its inhabitants during the heady years of the Gold Rush. Unique, engaging verse, it speaks to the reader of a tough land of poineers, toilers, bruisers and dreamers. But above all it is full of humanity, and it is this quality that ensured its runaway success, earning Service the nickname 'The Bard of the Yukon.'
This volume contains the three key books of poetry written by Service during his time in Canada, and includes his most famous poems.
14 cm x 20 cm 304 page hardcover.