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American Story-To Build a Fire (4)

Written by Jack London




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He called to the dog. The dog heard danger in the man's voice. It backed away. The man called again. This time the dog came closer. The man reached for his knife. But he had forgotten that he could not bend his fingers. He could not kill the dog because he could not hold his knife. The fear of death came over the man! He jumped up and began to run. The running began to make him feel better. Maybe running would make his feet warm. If he ran far enough, he would reach his friends at Henderson Creek. They would take care of him.

He felt strange to run and not feel his feet when they hit the ground. He fell several times. He decided to rest a while. As he lay in the snow he noticed that he was not shaking. He could not feel his nose, or fingers, or feet. Yet he was feeling quite warm and comfortable. He realized he was going to die. Well, he decided he might as well take it like a man. There were worse ways to die. The man closed his eyes and floated into the most comfortable sleep he had ever known.

The dog sat facing him, waiting. Finally, the dog moved closer to the man and caught the smell of death. The animal threw back its head. It let out a long soft cry to the cold stars in the black sky. And then it turned and ran toward Henderson Creek where it knew there was food and fire.

You have just heard the American story called 'To Build A Fire'. It was written by Jack London and adapted for Special English by Donna Desintise. The storyteller was Harry Monroe. For VOA Special English, this is Shep O'Neal.
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He called to the dog. The dog heard danger in the man's voice. It backed to way. The man called again. This time the dog came closer.

The man reached for his life. But he has forgotten that he could not been the singles. He could not kill the dog because he could not hold his life. The fear of death came over the man. He jumped up and began to run. The running began to make him feel better. Maybe running would make his feet warm. If he ran far enough, he would reach his friends at a handsome quick. They would take care of him.

He felt screen to run and not felt his feet when he hit the ground. He failed several times. He decided to rest for a while. Has he lain in the snow he noticed he was not shaking? He could not feel his nose or fingers or feet. Yet he was feeling quiet warm and comfortable. He realized he was going to die. Well he decided he might take it like a man. There were ways to die. The man closed his eyes and folded into his most comfortable sleep he would ever know.

The dog said facing him, waiting. Finally, the dog moved closer to the man and clocks the smell of the death. The animal prunes back and heat. It let out a long soft cry to the cold stars in the black sky. And then he turned and ran to a handsome quick. There were food and fire.


You have just heard the American Story called to build a fire. Jack London wrote it.
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He called to the dog. The dog heard danger in the man's voice. It backed away. The man called again. This time the dog came closer.

The man reached for his knife. But he has forgotten that he could not bend his fingers. He could not kill the dog because he could not hold his knife. The fear of death came over the man! He jumped up and began to run. The running began to make him feel better. Maybe running would make his feet warm. If he ran far enough, he would reach his friends at Henderson Creek. They would take care of him.

He felt strange to run and not felt his feet when he hit the ground. He failed several times. He decided to rest a while. As he lay in the snow he noticed that he was not shaking. He could not feel his nose, or fingers, or feet. Yet he was feeling quiet warm and comfortable. He realized he was going to die. While he decided he might as well take it like a man. There were worse ways to die. The man closed his eyes and floated into the most comfortable sleep he had ever known. The dog sat facing him, waiting! Finally the dog moved closer to the man and caught the smell of death. The animal through back his head, it let out a long soft cry to the cold stars in the black sky. And then it turned, and ran toward Henderson Creek where it knew there was food and fire.

You have just heard the American Story called To Build A Fire. It was written by Jack London and adapted for Special English by Dona **. The story teller was Harry Monroe. For VOA Special English, this is Shap O’Neil.
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He called to the dog. The dog heard danger in the man's voice. It backed away. The man called again. This time the dog came closer.

The man reached for his knife. But he has forgotten that he could not bend the fingers. He could not kill the dog because he could not hold his knife. The fear of death came over the man! He jumped up and began to run. The running began to make him feel better. Maybe running would make his feet warm. If he ran far enough, he would reach his friends at Henderson Creek. They would take care of him.

He felt strange to run and not felt his feet when he hit the ground. He failed several times. He decided to rest // a while. As he lay in the snow he noticed that he was not shaking. He could not feel his nose, or fingers, or feet. Yet he was feeling quiet warm and comfortable. He realized he was going to die. While he decided he might take it like a man. There were worse ways to die. The man closed his eyes and floated into his most comfortable sleep he had ever known.

The dog sat facing him, waiting. Finally, the dog moved closer to the man and caught the smell of // death. The animal through back his head. it let out a long soft cry to the cold stars in the black sky. And then it turned and ran toward Henderson Creek where it knew there was food and fire.

You have just heard the American Story called To Build A Fire. It was written by Jack London and adapted for Special English by Dona **. The story teller was Harry Monroe. For VOA Special English, this is Shap O’Neil.
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He called to the dog. The dog heard danger in the man’s voice. It backed away. The man called again. This time the dog came closer. The man reached for his knife. But he had forgotten that he could not bend his fingers. He could not kill the dog, because he could not hold his knife. The fear of death came over the man. He jumped up and began to run. The running began to make him feel better. Maybe running would made him feel warm. If he ran far enough he would reach his friends at Handerson Creek. They would take care of him. It felt strange to run and not feel his feet when they hit the ground. He fell several times. He decided to rest a while. As he lay in the snow he noticed that he was not shaking. He could not feel his nose, or fingers, or feet. Yet he was feeling quite warm and comfortable. He realized he was going to die. Well he decided he might as well take it like a man. There were worst ways to die. The man closed his eyes and floated into the most comfortable sleep he had ever known.

The dog sat facing him, waiting. Finally the dog moved closer to the man and caught the smell of death. The animal flew back its heat. It let out a long soft cry to the cold stars in the black sky. And then, it turned, and ran toward Handerson Creek where it knew there was food and fire

You have just heard the American story To Build A Fire, it was written by Jack London and adapted for Special English by Donna Desintise. Your storyteller was Harry Monroe. For VOA Special English, this is Shep O'Neal.
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He called to the dog. The dog heard danger in the man's voice. It backed away. The man called again. This time the dog came closer. The man reached for his knife. But he has forgotten that he could not bend the fingers. He could not kill the dog because he could not hold his knife. The fear of death came over the man! He jumped up and began to run. The running began to make him feel better. Maybe running would make his feet warm. If he ran far enough, he would reach his friends at Henderson Creek. They would take care of him.

He felt strange to run and not feel his feet when they hit the ground. He fell several times. He decided to rest a while. As he lay in the snow he noticed that he was not shaking. He could not feel his nose, or fingers, or feet. Yet he was feeling quite warm and comfortable. He realized he was going to die. Well he decided he might as well take it like a man. There were worse ways to die. The man closed his eyes and floated into the most comfortable sleep he had ever known.

The dog sat facing him, waiting. Finally, the dog moved closer to the man and caught the smell of death. The animal threw back its heat. It let out a long soft cry to the cold stars in the black sky. And then it turned and ran toward Henderson Creek where it knew there was food and fire.

You have just heard the American Story called To Build A Fire. It was written by Jack London and adapted for Special English by Donna Desintise. The story teller was Harry Monroe. For VOA Special English, this is Shep O'Neal.
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He called to the dog. The dog heard danger in the man's voice. It backed away. The man called again. This time the dog came closer.

The man reached for his knife. But he had forgotten that he could not bend his fingers. He could not kill the dog because he could not hold his knife. The fear of death came over the man! He jumped up and began to run. The running began to make him feel better. Maybe running would make his feet warm. If he ran far enough, he would reach his friends at Henderson Creek. They would take care of him.

He felt strange to run and not fuel his feet when they hit the ground. He failed several times. He decided to rest a while. As he lay in the snow he noticed that he was not shaking. He could not feel his nose, or fingers, or feet. Yet he was feeling quiet warm and comfortable. He realized he was going to die. While he decided he may as well take it like a man. There were worse ways to die. The man closed his eyes and floated into the most comfortable sleep he had ever known.

The dog sat facing him, waiting. Finally, the dog moved closer to the man and caught the smell of death. The animal threw back its head. it let out a long soft cry to the cold stars in the black sky. And then it turned and ran toward Henderson Creek where it knew there was food and fire.

You have just heard the American Story called To Build A Fire. It was written by Jack London and adapted for Special English by Dona **. your story teller was Harry Monroe. For VOA Special English, this is Shap O’Neil.
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He called to the dog. The dog heard danger in the man's voice. It backed away. The man called again. This time the dog came closer. The man reached for his knife. But he had forgotten that he could not bend the fingers. He could not kill the dog because he could not hold his knife. The fear of death came over the man! He jumped up and began to run. The running began to make him feel better. Maybe running would make his feet warm. If he ran far enough, he would reach his friends at Henderson Creek. They would take care of him.

He felt strange to run and not feel his feet when they hit the ground. He fell several times. He decided to rest a while. As he lay in the snow he noticed that he was not shaking. He could not feel his nose, or fingers, or feet. Yet he was feeling quite warm and comfortable. He realized he was going to die. Well, he decided he might as well take it like a man. There were worse ways to die. The man closed his eyes and floated into the most comfortable sleep he had ever known.

The dog sat facing him, waiting. Finally, the dog moved closer to the man and caught the smell of death. The animal threw back its head. It let out a long soft cry to the cold stars in the black sky. And then it turned and ran toward Henderson Creek where it knew there was food and fire.

You have just heard the American story called To Build A Fire. It was written by Jack London and adapted for Special English by Donna Desintise. The storyteller was Harry Monroe. For VOA Special English, this is Shep O'Neal.
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He called to the dog. The dog heard danger in the man's voice. It backed away. The man called again. This time the dog came closer. The man reached for his knife. But he had forgotten that he could not bend his fingers. He could not kill the dog because he could not hold his knife. The fear of death came over the man! He jumped up and began to run. The running began to make him feel better. Maybe running would make his feet warm. If he ran far enough, he would reach his friends at Henderson Creek. They would take care of him.

He felt strange to run and not feel his feet when they hit the ground. He fell several times. He decided to rest a while. As he lay in the snow he noticed that he was not shaking. He could not feel his nose, or fingers, or feet. Yet he was feeling quite warm and comfortable. He realized he was going to die. Well, he decided he might as well take it like a man. There were worse ways to die. The man closed his eyes and floated into the most comfortable sleep he had ever known.

The dog sat facing him, waiting. Finally, the dog moved closer to the man and caught the smell of death. The animal threw back its head. It let out a long soft cry to the cold stars in the black sky. And then it turned and ran toward Henderson Creek where it knew there was food and fire.

You have just heard the American story called To Build A Fire. It was written by Jack London and adapted for Special English by Donna Desintise. The storyteller was Harry Monroe. For VOA Special English, this is Shep O'Neal.


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He called o the dog. The dog heard danger in the man’s voice. It backed away. The man called again. This time the dog came closer. The man reached for his knife, but he had forgotten that he could not bend his fingers. He could not killed the dog because he could not hold his knife. The feel of death came over the man. He jumped up and began to run. The running began to make him better. Maybe running would make his feet warm. If he ran far enough, he would reach his friends at Henderson Creek. They would take care of him.

He felt strange to run and not feel his feet when they hit the ground. He fell several times. He decided to rest a while. As he lay in the snow that he was not shaking. He could not feel his nose, or fingers, or feet. Yet he was feeling quite warm and comfortable. He realized he was going to die. Where he decided he might as well take it like a man. There were worse ways to die. The man closed his eyes and floated into the most comfortable sleep he had ever known.

The dog sat facing him, waiting. Finally the dog moved closer to the man and caught the smell of death. The animal through back its head. It let out a long soft cry to the cold stars in the black sky. And then it turned, and ran toward Henderson Creek where it knew there was food and fire.

You have just heard the American story called “To Build a Fire”. It was written by Jack London and adapted for Special English by Dana //. Your story teller was Harry //. For VOA Special English, this is //.
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he called to the dog. the dog heard danger in the man's voice. it backed away. the man called again. this time the dog came closer. the man reached for his knife but he had forgotten that he could not bend his fingers. he could not kill the dog because he could not hold his knife. the fear of death came over the man. he jumped up and began to run. the running began to make him feel better. maybe running would make his feet warm. if he ran far enough, he would reach his friends at Handson Crick. they would take care of him. he felt strange to run and not feel his feet when they hit the ground. he fell several times. he decided to rest a while. as he ran in the snow, he noticed that he was not shaking. he could not feel his nose or fingers or feet. yet he was feeling quite warm and confortable. he realized he was going to die. well, he decided he might as well take it like a man. there were worse ways to die. the man closed his eyes and floated into the most confortable sleep he had ever known. the dog sat facing him,waiting. finally,the dog moved closer to the man and caught the smell of death. the animal threw back his head. it let out a long soft cry to the cold stars in the black sky. and then, it turnd and ran toward handson Crick where it knew there were food and fire.
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He called to the dog, The dog heard the danger in the man's voice. It backed to way. The man called again. This time the dog came closer. The man reached for his knife, but he has forgotten that he could not bend his figure. he could not kill the dog because he could not hold his knife. The fear of death came over the man. He jumped up and began to run. The running began to make him fell better. Maybe running would make his feet warm. If you run far enough, he would reach his friends, Handroson Quck. they would take care of him.
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He called to the dog.The dog heard danger in the man's voice.It backed away.The man called again.This time the dog came closer.

The man reached for his knife,but he had forgotten that he could not bend his fingers.He could not kill the dog because he could not hold his knife.The fear of death came over the man.He jumped up,and began to run.The running began to make him feel better.Maybe running would make his feet warm.If he ran far enough,he would reach his friends at Henderson Creek.They would take care of him.

He felt strange to run and not feel his feet when they hit the ground.He fell several times.He decided to rest a while.As he lay in the snow,he noticed that he was not shaking.He could not feel his nose,or fingers,or feet.Yet he was feeling quiet warm and comfortable,he realized he was going to die.Well he decided he might be well take it like a man.There were worse ways to die.The man closed his eyes and floated into the most comfortable sleep he had ever known.

The dog sat facing him,waiting.Finally the dog moved closer to the man,and caught the smell of death.The animal through back its head.It let out a long soft cry to the cold stars in the black sky.And then it turned and ran toward Henderson Creek where it knew there was food and fire.

You have just heard the American Story called To Build a Fire.It was written by Jack London and adapted for Specical English by Donna D.Your story teller was Harry Monroe.For VOA Special English,this is ...
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He called to the dog. The dog heard danger in the man's voice. It backed away. The man called again. This time the dog came closer. The man reached for his knife. But he had forgotten that he could not bend his fingers. He could not kill the dog because he could not hold his knife. The fear of death came over the man! He jumped up and began to run. The running began to make him feel better. Maybe running would make his feet warm. If he ran far enough, he would reach his friends at Henderson Creek. They would take care of him.

He felt strange to run and not feel his feet when they hit the ground. He fell several times. He decided to rest a while. As he lay in the snow he noticed that he was not shaking. He could not feel his nose, or fingers, or feet. Yet he was feeling quite warm and comfortable. He realized he was going to die. Well, he decided he might as well take it like a man. There were worse ways to die. The man closed his eyes and floated into the most comfortable sleep he had ever known.

The dog sat facing him, waiting. Finally, the dog moved closer to the man and caught the smell of death. The animal threw back its head. It let out a long soft cry to the cold stars in the black sky. And then it turned and ran toward Henderson Creek where it knew there was food and fire.

You have just heard the American story called "To Build A Fire". It was written by Jack London and adapted for Special English by Donna Desintise. The storyteller was Harry Monroe. For VOA Special English, this is Shep O'Neal.
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He called to the dog, the dog heard danger in the man's voice. It backed away. The man called again, this time the dog came closer. The man reached for his knife, but he had forgotten that he could not bent his fingers. He could not kill the dog because he could not hold his knife. The fear of death came over the man. He jumped up and began to run. The running began to make him feel better. Maybe running would make his feet warm. If he ran far enough he would reach his friends at * Creek. They would take care of him.

He felt streams to run and not feel his feet when they hit the ground. He fell several times. He decided to rest a while. As he lay in the snow he noticed he was not shaking, he could not feel his nose, or fingers, or feet. Yet he was feeling quite warm and comfortable. He realized that he was going to die. Well, he decided he might as well take it like a man. There were worse ways to die. The man closed his eyes and floated into the most comfortable sleep he had ever known. The dog sat facing him, waiting. Finally, the dog moved closer to the man and caught the smell of death. The animal * backs his head. It let out a long soft cry to the cold stars in the black sky. And then it turned and ran toward * Creek where it knew there were food and fire.
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