The Mexican Book By Jack London

The Mexican Book By Jack London: “The Mexican” is a 1911 short story by American author Jack London. The story centers around Juan Fernandez, the son of a Mexican printer who had published articles favorable to striking workers in the Read More …

A Piece of Steak Book By Jack London

A Piece of Steak Book By Jack London: “A Piece of Steak” was a short story written by Jack London which first appeared in the Saturday Evening Post in November 1909. It took him about half a month to write Read More …

The Law of Life Book By Jack London

The Law of Life Book By Jack London: “The Law of Life” is a short story by the American naturalist writer Jack London. It was first published in McClure’s Magazine, Vol.16, March, 1901. In 1902, it was published in a Read More …

The White Silence Book By Jack London

The White Silence Book By Jack London: “The White Silence” is a short story written by American author Jack London in 1899. Like many of London’s short stories, it takes place in the Yukon. The story chronicles the travels of Read More …

Love of Life and Other Stories Book By Jack London

Love of Life and Other Stories Book By Jack London: They limped painfully down the bank, and once the foremost of the two men staggered among the rough-strewn rocks. They were tired and weak, and their faces had the drawn Read More …

The Assassination Bureau, Ltd Book By Jack London

The Assassination Bureau, Ltd Book By Jack London: The Assassination Bureau, Ltd is a thriller novel, begun by Jack London and finished after his death by Robert L. Fish. It was published in 1963. The plot follows Ivan Dragomiloff, who, Read More …

The Kempton-Wace Letters Book By Jack London

The Kempton-Wace Letters Book By Jack London: The Kempton-Wace Letters was a 1903 epistolary novel written jointly by Americans Jack London and Anna Strunsky, then based in San Francisco, California. It was published anonymously. The novel presents a discussion of Read More …

Children of the Frost Book By Jack London

Children of the Frost Book By Jack London: A weary journey beyond the last scrub timber and straggling copses, into the heart of the Barrens where the niggard North is supposed to deny the Earth, are to be found great Read More …

The Turtles of Tasman Book By Jack London

The Turtles of Tasman Book By Jack London: Law, order, and restraint had carved Frederick Travers’ face. It was the strong, firm face of one used to power and who had used power with wisdom and discretion. Clean living had Read More …

The House of Pride, and Other Tales of Hawaii Book By Jack London

The House of Pride, and Other Tales of Hawaii Book By Jack London: Percival Ford wondered why he had come. He did not dance. He did not care much for army people. Yet he knew them all—gliding and revolving there Read More …