Jack London

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Noun1.Jack London - United States writer of novels based on experiences in the Klondike gold rush (1876-1916)Jack London - United States writer of novels based on experiences in the Klondike gold rush (1876-1916)
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com)-- SeaWolf Press is proud to announce the completion of the publication of all 50 books from the well-known American author Jack London.
This book's title is apt because it concerns itself with the notable American author, Jack London, not primarily as a literary figure, but as a man of action who exemplified the spirit of the intrepid adventurers who trekked to Canadas remote Yukon territory during the Gold Rush of 1897-1899.
Tenders are invited for For Demolition and Hazmat Abatement at 1105 West Jack London Boulevard (Airport Horse Ranch)
This specialized look at American author Jack London (1876-1916) examines an outspoken socialist seeking an enlightened world where human rights prevail.
After more than 60 years in the iconic Cliff May-designed "laboratory for Western living" in Menlo Park, California, Sunset is relocating its HQ to Jack London Square in Oakland.
AUTHOR JACK LONDON was already working in a canning factory when he was 14 years old, saving enough money to buy a small boat that he anchored in the San Francisco Bay.
of Michigan-Dearborn) brings together a group of literature scholars from the US and Ireland for 18 essays on the career, life, and influence of American author Jack London.
1) Common among these critics, however, is a desire to "find the feminist" in Jack London.
This is the second edition of Graphic Classics: Jack London, and it contains a number of new and revised stories.
SIR - Somewhere in the works of that great author Jack London there is the story of the bright young wolf, with considerable charisma who rises quite early to the leadership of his pack.
Two of my favorites: The Log from the Sea of Cortez by John Steinbeck and The Cruise of the Snark by Jack London, the latter inspired in part by Slocum's book and which revisits Melville's Typee.
Compared to Jack London, master of the primeval tale, James Dickey, the author of Deliverance, is even more primitive, if that is possible.