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This is a complete collection of all Jack London's Novels, Short Stories, Non Fiction Works and Essays, Plays, Autobiographical Memoirs & Poetry properly formatted for the Kindle. It includes a main table of contents & a table of contents for each section and each work. There is also an NCX table of contents to help you skip from one section to another (and from one chapter This is a complete collection of all Jack London's Novels, Short Stories, Non Fiction Works and Essays, Plays, Autobiographical Memoirs & Poetry properly formatted for the Kindle. It includes a main table of contents & a table of contents for each section and each work. There is also an NCX table of contents to help you skip from one section to another (and from one chapter to another when reading a certain work) to make navigation of this huge title easier. Full illustrations (117 pictures) are included in this edition. Included in this title: I. Novels: 1. The Cruise of the Dazzler 2. A Daughter of the Snows 3. The Call of the Wild 4. The Kempton-Wace Letters 5. The Sea-Wolf 6. The Game 7. White Fang 8. Before Adam 9. The Iron Heel 10. Martin Eden 11. Burning Daylight 12. Adventure 13. The Scarlet Plague 14. A Son of the Sun 15. The Abysmal Brute 16. The Valley of the Moon 17. The Mutiny of the Elsinore 18. The Star Rover 19. The Little Lady of the Big House 20. Jerry of the Islands 21. Michael, Brother of Jerry 22. Hearts of Three II. Short Story Collections: 1. Son of the Wolf 2. The God of His Fathers & Other Stories 3. Children of the Frost 4. The Faith of Men and Other Stories [image] 5. Tales of the Fish Patrol 6. Moon-Face and Other Stories 7. Love of Life and Other Stories 8. Lost Face [image] 9. South Sea Tales 10. When God Laughs and Other Stories 11. The House of Pride & Other Tales of Hawaii 12. Smoke Bellew [image] 13. The Night Born 14. The Strength of the Strong 15. The Turtles of Tasman 16. The Human Drift [image] 17. The Red One 18. On the Makaloa Mat 19. Dutch Courage and Other Stories [image] III. Uncollected Short Stories: 1. An Old Soldier's Story 2. Who Believes In Ghosts! 3. And 'FRISCO Kid Came Back 4. Night's Swim In Yeddo Bay 5. One More Unfortunate 6. Sakaicho, Hona Asi And Hakadaki 7. A Klondike Christmas 8. Mahatma's Little Joke 9. O Haru 10. Plague Ship 11. The Strange Experience Of A Misogynist 12. Two Gold Bricks 13. The Devil's Dice Box 14. A Dream Image 15. The Test: A Clondyke Wooing 16. The King Of Mazy May 17. The End Of The Chapter 18. The Grilling Of Loren Ellery 19. The Handsome Cabin Boy 20. In The Time Of Prince Charley 21. Old Baldy 22. Pluck And Pertinacity 23. The Rejunvenation Of Major Rathbone 24. A Thousand Deaths 25. Even Unto Death 26. A Lesson In Heraldry 27. A Northland Miracle 28. Proper "GIRLIE" 29. Thanksgiving On Slav Creek 30. Their Alcove 31. Housekeeping In The Klondike 32. "FRISCO Kid's" Story 33. The "Fuzziness" of Hoockla-Heen 34. Up The Slide 35. Chased By The Trail 36. The Unmasking Of The Cad 37. The Captain Of The Susan Drew IV.


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This is a complete collection of all Jack London's Novels, Short Stories, Non Fiction Works and Essays, Plays, Autobiographical Memoirs & Poetry properly formatted for the Kindle. It includes a main table of contents & a table of contents for each section and each work. There is also an NCX table of contents to help you skip from one section to another (and from one chapter This is a complete collection of all Jack London's Novels, Short Stories, Non Fiction Works and Essays, Plays, Autobiographical Memoirs & Poetry properly formatted for the Kindle. It includes a main table of contents & a table of contents for each section and each work. There is also an NCX table of contents to help you skip from one section to another (and from one chapter to another when reading a certain work) to make navigation of this huge title easier. Full illustrations (117 pictures) are included in this edition. Included in this title: I. Novels: 1. The Cruise of the Dazzler 2. A Daughter of the Snows 3. The Call of the Wild 4. The Kempton-Wace Letters 5. The Sea-Wolf 6. The Game 7. White Fang 8. Before Adam 9. The Iron Heel 10. Martin Eden 11. Burning Daylight 12. Adventure 13. The Scarlet Plague 14. A Son of the Sun 15. The Abysmal Brute 16. The Valley of the Moon 17. The Mutiny of the Elsinore 18. The Star Rover 19. The Little Lady of the Big House 20. Jerry of the Islands 21. Michael, Brother of Jerry 22. Hearts of Three II. Short Story Collections: 1. Son of the Wolf 2. The God of His Fathers & Other Stories 3. Children of the Frost 4. The Faith of Men and Other Stories [image] 5. Tales of the Fish Patrol 6. Moon-Face and Other Stories 7. Love of Life and Other Stories 8. Lost Face [image] 9. South Sea Tales 10. When God Laughs and Other Stories 11. The House of Pride & Other Tales of Hawaii 12. Smoke Bellew [image] 13. The Night Born 14. The Strength of the Strong 15. The Turtles of Tasman 16. The Human Drift [image] 17. The Red One 18. On the Makaloa Mat 19. Dutch Courage and Other Stories [image] III. Uncollected Short Stories: 1. An Old Soldier's Story 2. Who Believes In Ghosts! 3. And 'FRISCO Kid Came Back 4. Night's Swim In Yeddo Bay 5. One More Unfortunate 6. Sakaicho, Hona Asi And Hakadaki 7. A Klondike Christmas 8. Mahatma's Little Joke 9. O Haru 10. Plague Ship 11. The Strange Experience Of A Misogynist 12. Two Gold Bricks 13. The Devil's Dice Box 14. A Dream Image 15. The Test: A Clondyke Wooing 16. The King Of Mazy May 17. The End Of The Chapter 18. The Grilling Of Loren Ellery 19. The Handsome Cabin Boy 20. In The Time Of Prince Charley 21. Old Baldy 22. Pluck And Pertinacity 23. The Rejunvenation Of Major Rathbone 24. A Thousand Deaths 25. Even Unto Death 26. A Lesson In Heraldry 27. A Northland Miracle 28. Proper "GIRLIE" 29. Thanksgiving On Slav Creek 30. Their Alcove 31. Housekeeping In The Klondike 32. "FRISCO Kid's" Story 33. The "Fuzziness" of Hoockla-Heen 34. Up The Slide 35. Chased By The Trail 36. The Unmasking Of The Cad 37. The Captain Of The Susan Drew IV.

30 review for The Complete Works of Jack London: 292 Novels, Short Stories, Non Fiction Works, Plays, Autobiographical Memoirs and Poetry - Fully Illustrated

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jane

    Some mighty fine writing.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ronald Foster

    Never had the chance before to read MANY of Jack London's works. I am quite impressed with his accomplishments. This was a very enjoyable read.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Joanne J

    Jack London is one great storyteller! Having never read any of his work, I began with "White Fang" because my brothers had read it many years ago. Wondering if I could get into this "dog story" I began without any enthusiasm. However, it wasn't long before I was hooked and I couldn't put it down. I proceeded thru London's stories and have to say I was enthralled with the storytelling and the beautiful writing. I don't read much fiction. Most of today's fiction doesn't appeal to me. But Jack Lond Jack London is one great storyteller! Having never read any of his work, I began with "White Fang" because my brothers had read it many years ago. Wondering if I could get into this "dog story" I began without any enthusiasm. However, it wasn't long before I was hooked and I couldn't put it down. I proceeded thru London's stories and have to say I was enthralled with the storytelling and the beautiful writing. I don't read much fiction. Most of today's fiction doesn't appeal to me. But Jack London along with some of the other 19th, early-20th-Century writers are the best in my opinion. Maupassant, Singer, Lawrence, Dostoyevsky, etc. knew how to tell a story. Having now read the wide-range of his writing, I'm about to begin the latest London biography. I would guess the life of someone who writes as he wrote, would be as interesting and adventurous as his stories.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Joseph Scanlan

    What can I say--I'm a fan of the 'other' Jack. London's writing is kind of like a hybrid of Kerouac, Thoreau, Krakauer,and Twain. His stories are gathered from true accounts to fictitious stories based in the far-off places he's had adventurers. I love his early stuff--the short stories. There's a lot of youthful passion in his early writing that not many are aquainted with. When people hear 'Jack London', most think of 'Call of the Wild' or the short story 'To Build A Fire'. But there's sooooo What can I say--I'm a fan of the 'other' Jack. London's writing is kind of like a hybrid of Kerouac, Thoreau, Krakauer,and Twain. His stories are gathered from true accounts to fictitious stories based in the far-off places he's had adventurers. I love his early stuff--the short stories. There's a lot of youthful passion in his early writing that not many are aquainted with. When people hear 'Jack London', most think of 'Call of the Wild' or the short story 'To Build A Fire'. But there's sooooo much more--including some crazy-ass science fiction stuff. This is something you want a hardcover of, because you'll want to just pick it up every now and then and read it.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Leslie

    January 2018: Martin Eden: 4.5*

  6. 4 out of 5

    Matt

    First semester freshman year I took a sabbatical and sat in a cube and read these. THink it took a week or so. Very escapist and very worth it.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Robert Davis

    One short story in this omnibus, "To Build a Fire", I found particularly engrossing.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Eugene Brackenbrough

    Good reading Jack London was good about somewhat dark at times. I did enjoy overall and would highly recommend reading to anybody.

  9. 5 out of 5

    WiccanLady25

    Love this stories, n hv read it many times. Jack London works r fantastic.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    The people of the Abyss written in 1902 is said to have inspired George Orwell. No welfare state then. People who have become too old or ill roam the streets subsisting on orange peel, plum stones and tiny globules of bread picked up from spittle washed pavements. For some reason they are prevented from sleeping on the streets during the night and are made to tramp around dropping exhausted teemed into municipal parks at daybreak. A night's stay in a work house is a luxury for the few. A seventy The people of the Abyss written in 1902 is said to have inspired George Orwell. No welfare state then. People who have become too old or ill roam the streets subsisting on orange peel, plum stones and tiny globules of bread picked up from spittle washed pavements. For some reason they are prevented from sleeping on the streets during the night and are made to tramp around dropping exhausted teemed into municipal parks at daybreak. A night's stay in a work house is a luxury for the few. A seventy eight year old woman is said to have died from self neglect when she gets blood poisoning from her bed sores. Still got a third of The people of the abyss read. Jack has a go at picking hops and finds he get earn enough money to buy bed and food for the night. He muses that the "best" of English people are either in the army or have gone abroad. The people left are stunted bent bedraggled and corrupted. He has a go and staying in a Doss and finds even single working men can not earn the right to a room of their own to keep safe meagre possessions. Rents are so high and rising that the same bed may be occupied by one individual who works at night and another who works during the day. Even the space under beds is rented out and this is for people who work. People too old or infirm fill the streets and workhouses. People who work are sweated to that wages barely cover the essentials of life.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Dan

    Five stars for "Sea Wolf". Four stars for "White Fang" and "Call of the Wild", but add a fifth star if you really like dogs or wolves or the Yukon. He seems to have learned a lot about all three during his one winter there. Four stars for "John Barleycorn", but add a fifth (star, that is) if alcohol is important to you. Look here to find London's forthright and disenchanted view on the meaning of life. Three stars for "Martin Eden"; see my review under that title. Two or three stars for most of the Five stars for "Sea Wolf". Four stars for "White Fang" and "Call of the Wild", but add a fifth star if you really like dogs or wolves or the Yukon. He seems to have learned a lot about all three during his one winter there. Four stars for "John Barleycorn", but add a fifth (star, that is) if alcohol is important to you. Look here to find London's forthright and disenchanted view on the meaning of life. Three stars for "Martin Eden"; see my review under that title. Two or three stars for most of the short stories; those few touching on his experiences as an oyster pirate around San Francisco Bay and his tramping across the country were more interesting. I couldn't get through but half the rest. London made it a point to write 1000 words a day. Would that he had more often sacrificed quantity for quality, but he had to pay the bills. I have to greatly admire the man for having overcome a messed-up family, curtailed education, poverty and several diseases in reaching success.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Nicki

    This is an excellent collection of both well-known short stories such as 'To Build a Fire' and other equally powerful yet little-known gems. Additionally, the short stories and novels are categorized into three sections THE NORTH, THE MAN, and THE SEA. I love how the novel "Martin Eden" is included in this version for it is often left out of compilations in favor of more popular novels such as White Fang, Call of the Wild, and The Sea-Wolf...which also happen to be included in this version as we This is an excellent collection of both well-known short stories such as 'To Build a Fire' and other equally powerful yet little-known gems. Additionally, the short stories and novels are categorized into three sections THE NORTH, THE MAN, and THE SEA. I love how the novel "Martin Eden" is included in this version for it is often left out of compilations in favor of more popular novels such as White Fang, Call of the Wild, and The Sea-Wolf...which also happen to be included in this version as well. Overall, this is a great compilation to have in any library. I feel that it is a good sample of London's work that showcases the breadth of his work by providing well-known favorites along with other works that are not often as widely circulated.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Is

    Many of the stories I found boring at that time but one has never left me. Batard. I have never again read a story that filled me with all consuming hate and disgust but yet captivated me and compelled me to read it to the bitter end, hoping to find punishing justice served or anything that would be able to give me the reassurance that evil will not be left to do as it pleases. I was 13 and this story taught me what can lie in human nature. A lesson I never forgot.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kriss Perunovs

    Izcils autors! Noteikti ne tā vieglākā lasāmviela, taču vienu Džeks Londons ir pavēstījis - ko nozīmē "būt patiesam vadonim vilku barā". Iesaku pārlasīt ik pa laikam, lai atrastu šais darbos ko jaunu ikdienas gaitās.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Kasturi Rangan

    Most of his stories, essays and novels are amazing works and I am a huge fan of his writing style and the way his writings keeps one involved, mesmerized and amazed. I hope I too write like he did one day.

  16. 5 out of 5

    angrykitty

    like with hemingway, i'm not into london's novels as much as i'm into his short stories. i'm from minnesota, so there used to be many a snowy night i would read london and imagine that i was really in alaska.

  17. 5 out of 5

    mj

    Fast 1000 pages.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Winter Sophia Rose

    Impressive, Beautiful & Classic Read! I Loved It! Impressive, Beautiful & Classic Read! I Loved It!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Bill Harkins

    Jackattack This was really good, mostly. Yup, yup, yup, yup, yup, yup, yup, yup, yup, yup, yup, yup, yup, yup, yup.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Aram

    This is one of the writers I grew up with. I'd recommend him to every teen, especially boys! :)

  21. 5 out of 5

    Lynn Bullock

    I learned more interms of recognizing the dark side of humanity and it's toils

  22. 5 out of 5

    Darin

    Some of the best adventure storytelling i know of.

  23. 5 out of 5

    john r shell

    Some good, some bad! Call of the wild, White Fang, Marten Eden , good reads. The others were slow reads. Deleted the rest and you get 5 stars

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jarosik18

    I read a few of these for my book club and they were so much better than I remembered them (from when I was a teen)! Very interesting. Master writer.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Megargee

    Just the ticket for cold winter reading.

  26. 5 out of 5

    A.E.

    If you are looking for a compilation of London's works, this is it. I worked on this book for over a year, just picking pieces that seemed interesting at the time.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Leonard Pierce

    Huge and imminently serviceable collection of London's novels, memoirs and short stories, missing only his dystopian stuff.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jeff Carlson

  29. 5 out of 5

    Andrew Schwartz

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kody

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