The Cremation of Sam McGee Softcover BookRegular price $16.00
There are strange things done
in the midnight sun
By the men who moil for gold
No poet has captured the desperate days and frigid nights of the Gold Rush more memorably than Robert Service in "The Cremation of Sam McGee." A poem about a doomer prospector adrift in a harsh land, this is Service's masterpiece.
To illustrate the poem, internationally renowned painter Ted Harrison puts his signature bold lines, broad brushstrokes, and unconventional choice of colour to brilliant use in evoking the spare beauty of the Yukon.