In "Moon Face" Jack London put on public display of human greed, hatred, ambition and other feelings that do not make the man of honor.
In the book "Before Adam" is a story of a man who since childhood, every day, in a dream sees himself as a prehistoric man and is going through many dangerous adventures.
"Love of Life" features one of his most famous and most beloved stories about the hardships endured by adventurers in the Yukon territory during the Gold Rush era.
Jack London credited his skill of story-telling to the days he spent as a hobo learning to fabricate tales to get meals from sympathetic strangers. In "The Road", he relates the tales and memories of his days on the hobo road, including how the hobos would elude train crews and his travels with Kelly’s Army.
Table of Contents:
The Leopard Man's Story
The Minions of Midas
The Shadow and the Flash
All Gold Canyon
LOVE OF LIFE
Love of Life
A Day's Lodging
The White Man's Way
The Story of Keesh
The Sun-Dog Trail
Negore, the Coward
Holding Her Down
Hoboes That Pass in the Night
Road-Kids and Gay-Cats
Two Thousand Stiffs
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