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  • Author:
    Jack London
  • ISBN:
    1112427287
  • ISBN13:
    978-1112427282
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  • Publisher:
    Cornell University Library (September 22, 2009)
  • Pages:
    322 pages
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    Contemporary
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John Griffith Chaney; John Griffith "Jack" London; John Griffith Chaney London; John Griffith "Jack London" . author QS:P170,Q45765. McClure, Phillips and company. The God of His Fathers, and Other Stories.

John Griffith Chaney; John Griffith "Jack" London; John Griffith Chaney London; John Griffith "Jack London" Chaney. Mexican-American writer, journalist, novelist, war correspondent, essayist and autobiographer. The God of His fathers. The great interrogation. Which makes men remember. The man with the gash. Jan, the unrepentant. Where the trail forks. A daughter of the aurora. At the rainbow's en. The scorn of women.

The God of His Fathers.

Jack London Biography - The iconic American novelist, short story writer, journalist and .

Jack London Biography - The iconic American novelist, short story writer, journalist and social activist, Jack London is best known for writing Call of the Wild (1903) and White. Also in 1900, London’s first book, The Son of the Wolf was published followed by other works; The God of His Fathers (1901), A Daughter of the Snows (1902), The Children of the Frost (1902), The Cruise of the Dazzler (1902) and The People of the Abyss (1903). Around the same time London met Anna Strunsky, who would become a lifelong friend and also his writing partner for The Kempton-Wace Letters (1903).

The God of His Fathers & Other Stories" (1901). Children of the Frost" (1902). Although it is common nowadays for books to be made into films, that was not the case in Jack London's day. The Faith of Men and Other Stories" (1904). Tales of the Fish Patrol" (1906). Moon-Face and Other Stories" (1906). Love of Life and Other Stories" (1907). South Sea Tales" (1911). When God Laughs and Other Stories" (1911). He was one of the first writers to work with a film company when his novel, The Sea-Wolf, was turned into the first full-length American movie. London was also a pioneer in the science fiction genre.

Our story this week is called "The God of His Fathers. It was written by Jack London in the year nineteen-oh-one. His name was Hay Stockard. Over the smoke and flames of his fire, he watched an Indian village not far from his own camp. Here is Shep ONeal with the story. Storyteller: Silently the wolves circled the herd of caribou deer. Gray bellies close to the ground, the wolves in the pack surrounded a pregnant deer. From inside his tent came the cry of a sick child, and the gentle answering song of its mother. But the man was not concerned now with them. He was thinking of Baptiste the Red, the chief of the Indian village, who had just left him.

London, Jack The Unabridged Jack London. Jack London was an American novelist, journalist, social-activist and short-story writer whose works deal romantically with elemental struggles for survival

London, Jack The Unabridged Jack London. 1) The God of His Fathers 2) The Great Interrogation 3) Which Make Men Remember 4) Siwash 5) The Man with the Gash 6) Jan the Unrepentant 7) Grit of Women 8) Where the Trail Forks 9) A Daughter of the Aurora 10) At the Rainbow's End 11) The Scorn of Women. Jack London was an American novelist, journalist, social-activist 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.

Her father had much land and many horses; also he was a big man among his people, and his blood was the blood of the French. He said the girl knew not her own mind, and talked overmuch with her, and became wroth that such things should be. "But she knew her mind, for we came quick before the priest. And quicker had come her father, with lying words, false promises, know not what; so that the priest stiffened his neck and would not make us that we might live one with the other

His stories of high adventure were based on his own experiences at sea, in Alaska, or in the fields and factories of. .1901 The God of His Fathers. 1922 Dutch Courage and Other Stories. 1963 The Assassination Bureau. Jack London State Historic Park.

His stories of high adventure were based on his own experiences at sea, in Alaska, or in the fields and factories of California. His writings appealed to millions worldwide. Jack London was also widely known for his personal exploits. He was a colorful, controversial personality, often in the news. Generally fun-loving, he was quick to side with the underdog against injustice of any kind. 1902 Children of the Frost. 1902 The Cruise of the Dazzler.

Originally published in 1901. This volume from the Cornell University Library's print collections was scanned on an APT BookScan and converted to JPG 2000 format by Kirtas Technologies. All titles scanned cover to cover and pages may include marks notations and other marginalia present in the original volume.

Delalbine
Jack London always kept me amazed, when I read his stories in my youth. After reading about, Jack London and his life, his stories are more understandable and anwers the question, how he knew about some of his stories, he wrote. Through his life of experiences he had, one can have more understanding od how he could captivate his readers. As for this book he wrote some are really good stories to read, but a few not as exciting as the others.But you can find that, having to do with other authors, as well.
Samugul
Classic Jack London collection of short stories. Beyond his writing style, these also highlight the cultural prejudices of the time in which he wrote, and how such prejudices were so commonplace in his day. Sort of a snapshot in time, featuring the supposed superiority of the White race. But beyond that is London's inimitable writing style, richly detailed with his phonetic spelling of accented English.
Auridora
Tales of life in Alaska during the Gold Rush, and the hardships many had to endure. A good read before traveling to Alaska.
Dark_Sun
great stories .. London is at his best when his stories are set in the gold rush days of the Klondike ..
JUST DO IT
Jack London's collection of short stories about the Klondike are a great read. The price is right as well.
Questanthr
If you like stories of the Alaskan gold rush, you will enjoy these short stories.
Macage
The stories are concise, yet as exciting as Call of the Wild. Nobody writes like London!
Good read. Classic books are the best
I love all classics because the writing is written with class and style