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Jack London


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Jack London was an American novelist and short-story writer whose works deal romantically with elemental struggles for survival. At his peak, he was the highest paid and the most popular of all living writers. Because of early financial difficulties, he was largely self educated past grammar school.

London draws heavily on his life experiences in his writing. He spent time in the Klondike during the Gold Rush and at various times was an oyster pirate, a seaman, a sealer, and a hobo. His first work was published in 1898. From there he went on to write such American classics as Call of the Wild, Sea Wolf, and White Fang.
 
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Anthologies containing stories by Jack London
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Short stories
The Apostate
At the Rainbow's End [short story]
Batard [short story]
The Chinago
Chun Ah Chun [short story]
A Daughter of the Aurora [short story]
The Death of Ligoun
The Faith of Men [short story]
The Feathers of the Sun
The 'Francis Spaight'
A Ghostly Duel
The Gold Hunters of the North
The Great Interrogation [short story]
The Grilling of Loren Ellery
Grit of Women [short story]
The Heathen [short story]
Husky
A Hypoborean Brew
In the Forests of the North
Jan, the Unrepentant [short story]
Just Meat
Keesh, the Son of Keesh
The Law of Life
Li Wan, the Fair
Make Westing
The Man with the Gash [short story]
Mapuhi
The Marriage of Lit-Lit [short story]
The Master of Mystery
Mauki [short story]
The Men of Forty-Mile
Nam-Bok the Unveracious
A Nose for the King
The Priestley Prerogative
The Scorn of Women [short story]
The Seed of McCoy [short story]
Semper Idem
The Sickness of Lone Chief
Siwash [short story]
The Son of the Wolf [short story]
The Story of Jees Uck [short story]
The Sunlanders
Too Much Gold [short story]
Where the Trail Forks [short story]
Which Make Men Remember [short story]
The Wife of a King
The Wisdom of the Trail [short story]
Who Believes in Ghosts! (1895)
In a Far Country [short story] (1899)
The Rejuvenation of Major Rathbone (1899)
A Thousand Deaths (1899)
The White Silence [short story] (1899)
Even Unto Death (1900)
An Odyssey of the North [short story] (1900)
To the Man on Trail (1900)
The God of His Fathers [short story] (1901)
A Relic of the Pliocene [short story] (1901)
Diable-A Dog (1902)
The League of the Old Men (1902)
To Build a Fire [short story] (1902)
The Call of the Wild [short story] (1903)
The One Thousand Dozen [short story] (1903)
The Shadow and the Flash [short story] (1903)
Love of Life [short story] (1905)
A Curious Fragment (1908)
The Enemy of All the World [short story] (1908)
The Dream of Debs [short story] (1909)
Koolau the Leper [short story] (1909)
A Piece of Steak (1909)
Goliah (1910)
The Unparalleled Invasion [short story] (1910)
When the World Was Young [short story] (1910)
The Mexican [short story] (1911)
The Strength of the Strong [short story] (1911)
War [short story] (1911)
The Scarlet Plague [short story] (1912)
Flush of Gold [short story] (1916)
Lost Face [short story] (1916)
The Passing of Marcus O'Brien [short story] (1916)
That Spot [short story] (1916)
Trust [short story] (1916)
The Wit of Porportuk [short story] (1916)
The Red One [short story] (1918)
The Hussy (1919)
Like Argus of the Ancient Times (1919)
The Princess (1919)


Books about Jack London
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