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The London e-Text Bibliography
Alphabetical Sort of Titles with Links to Online e-Text Editions
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ERBzine 1270a  ~  ERBzine 1270b

The Abysmal Brute (1913)
A prize fighter faces the corruption of civilization and finds redemption in the wilds of California

Acorn Planter: A California Forest Play (1916)
"A California forest play: planned to be sung by efficient singers, accompanied by a capable orchestra."
Features the fictional Nishinam tribe and their eventual encounter with explorers.
Set in the Solomon Islands, this is a story of a coconut plantation and the slavery that exists within it.
Before Adam (1906)
Before Adam
Before Adam
The story of a man transported by his dreams to a prehistoric community.
Burning Daylight (1910)
Burning Daylight
Tells the story of the Klondike Gold Rush and the corruption that takes place when money becomes involved in relationships.
The Call of the Wild (1903)
The Call of the Wild
The Call of the Wild
The Call of the Wild
Story of Buck, the crossbred hound, that is stolen by a gardener. Treated beyond cruel, he is rescued by John Thornton, who returns Buck to the wild.
Children of the Frost and other stories (1902)
Cruise of the Dazzler (1902)
The Cruise of the Snark (1913)
Daughter of the Snows
London's first novel introduces the typical strong, independent, well-educated heroine that would run through much of his fiction.
Dutch Courage and Other Stories (1922)
A collection of very early stories published posthumously, with a preface by his wife Charmian.
The Faith of Men and Other Stories (1904)
The Faith of Men
The Game (1905)
The story of a prizefight.
The God of His Fathers: Tales of the Klondike (1901)
The God of His Fathers and Other Stories
The God of His Fathers: Tales of the Klondike
Stories: God of his fathers -- Great interrogation -- Which makes men remember -- Siwash -- Man with the gash -- Jan, the unrepentant -- Grit of women -- Where the trail forks -- Daughter of the aurora -- At the rainbow's end -- Scorn of women.
Hearts of Three: a Film Scenario (1918)
House of Pride and Other Tales of Hawaii (1912)

Stories: The House of Pride -- Koolau the Leper -- Good-by, Jack -- Aloha Oe -- Chun Ah Chun -- The Sheriff of Kona.
The Human Drift (1917)
Stories: The human drift -- Nothing that ever came to anything -- That dead men rise up never -- Small-boat sailing -- Four horses and a sailor -- A classic of the sea -- A wicked woman (curtain raiser) -- The birth mark (sketch).
The Iron Heel (1907)
The Iron Heel
Detailing of the rise of the "Iron Heel," a group of Capitalists, and the Socialist revolution that is crushed beneath it.
Island Tales
Stories: On the Makaloa Mat, The Bones of Kahekili. When Alice Told her Soul, Shin-Bones, The Water Baby, The Tears of Ah Kim, The Kanaka Surf
Jerry of the Islands (1917)
Jerry of the Islands
Jerry of the Islands

John Barleycorn (1913)
John Barleycorn
John Barleycorn
John Barleycorn
An autobiographical account of London's life that deals with the destructiveness of alcohol.
Little Lady of the Big House (1916)
Lost Face  1910

Lost Face
Stories: Trust -- To Build a Fire -- That Spot -- Flush of Gold -- The Passing of Marcus O'Brien -- The Wit of Porportuk.
Love of Life And Other Stories (1907)
Love of Life and Other Stories
The collected works of Jack London, including, "Love of Life," "The Story of Keesh," "A Day's Lodging," and "The Sun Dog Trail."
Martin Eden (1913)
Martin Eden
Martin Eden
The story of Martin Eden, an poor seaman who desires, above anything else, to be educated and famous.
Michael, Brother of Jerry
Michael, Brother of Jerry
The detailing of cruelty toward animals.
Moon-Face & Other Stories 1906
Moon-Face and Other Stories
Moon-Face and Other Stories
A collection of stories that include, "All Gold Canyon" "Moon-Face," "The Leopard Man's Story," "Local Color," and "The Minions of Midas."
Mutiny of the Elsinore (1914)
The Night-Born (1913)

The Night-Born
The Night-Born
A collection of short stories, including  The Madness of John Harned, When the World was Young, The Benefit of the Doubt, Winged Blackmail, Bunches of Knuckles, War, Under the Deck Awnings, To Kill a Man, The Mexican.
On the Makaloa Mat: Island Tales (1917)
Stories: On the Makaloa Mat, The Bones of Kahekili, When Alice Told her Soul, Shin-Bones, The Water Baby, The Tears of Ah Kim, The Kanaka Surf.

The People of the Abyss (1903)
The People of the Abyss
The People of the Abyss
About the slums of East End in London
The Red One and other stories (1918)
The Red One
The Red One
A science fiction story about a man who makes a discovery while dying on an island in the South Pacific.
Revolution and Other Essays (1910)
Stories: Revolution -- The somnambulists -- The dignity of dollars -- Goliah -- The golden poppy -- The shrinkage of the planet -- The house beautiful -- The gold hunters of the North -- Fomá Gordyéeff -- These bones shall rise again -- The other animals -- The yellow peril -- What life means to me.
The Road (1907)
Autobiographical account of London's time as a vagrant.
Scarlet Plague (1915)
Scorn of Women: A Play (1906)
The Sea-Wolf (1904)

The Sea-Wolf
The Sea Wolf
The Sea Wolf
Details the struggles between the sea-captain, Wolf Larsen, and Humphrey Van Weyden.
Smoke Bellew (American Edition) (1912)
Smoke Bellew (UK Edition)
Son of the Sun (Captain David Grief ) (1912)
The Son of the Wolf (1900)

Son of the Wolf
The first Klondike tales, including "The White Silence.
South Sea Tales
South Sea Tales
Stories about life in the South Seas, particularly of Samoa, written from the time Stevenson spent there. Includes: The House of Mapuhi -- The Whale Tooth -- Mauki -- "Yah! Yah! Yah!" -- The Heathen -- The Terrible Solomons -- The Inevitable White Man -- The Seed of McCoy
The Star Rover   (1915)
The Star Rover  (The Jacket) (1915)
The Strength of the Strong (1914)

The Strength of the Strong
The Strength of the Strong
Stories: The Strength of the Strong -- South of the Slot -- The Unparalleled Invasion -- The Enemy of All the World -- The Dream of Debs -- The Sea-Farmer -- Samuel.
Tales of the Fish Patrol
Tales of the Fish Patrol
A collection of short stories set in San Francisco Bay.
Theft: a Play in Four Acts (1910)
A Thousand Deaths ~
London's first short story (1900)
To Build a Fire (1910)

To Build a Fire
Turtles of Tasman
Stories: By the Turtles of Tasman -- The eternity of forms -- Told in the drooling ward -- The hobo and the fairy -- The prodigal father -- The first poet -- Finis -- The end of the story.

Typhoon Off the Coast of Japan (1893) ~ San Francisco Morning Call, November 11
"The first article Jack London wrote for publication. It won first prize in a contest for local authors run by the San Francisco Call. The success of this first article was to be the spark which eventually ignited all of Jack's latent creative genius." - Irving Shepard
The Valley of the Moon (1913)
The Valley of the Moon
The Valley of the Moon
The adventures of Billy and Saxon Roberts as they search for land to farm.
War of the Classes (1905)

When God Laughs (1911)
When God Laughs
White Fang (1906)
White Fang
White Fang
White Fang
The classic story of a half-wolf, half-dog who, through its life, becomes domesticated.
A Wicked Woman: A One-Act Play (1917)
ARTICLES BY LONDON (At the Berkley SunSite)
The Dignity of Dollars

A piece in the Overland Monthly, Volume 36, Issue 211, 1900. Also published in different form in the collection Revolution and Other Essays.
Editorial Crimes
An early example of the author's emnity towards editors.
The Impossibility of War
A piece from the Overland Monthly that summarizes the reasons why warfare in 1900 had become so deadly and costly as to have become impossible.
The Story of an Eyewitness
Jack London's account of the San Francisco Earthquake and Fire

At the Berkley SunSite and Jack Londons Net Sites
To Build a Fire (the Youth's Companion version.)
Two Gold Bricks
ERB's Personal Library
London Free Library
Jack London dot com
USU Jack London Section
USU Library Editions
Page By Page Editions
ERB Illustrated Bibliography
Jack London's Works by Date of Composition
Gutenberg Editions
Jack London by Himself
Selected Short Stories by London
Jack Londons Net

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