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Writers: Jack London

Though he died relatively young at 40, Jack London lived a full life measured by his own ideal of "rugged individualism." By the time he passed away on November 22, 1916, the writer of "The Iron Heel," "White Fang" and "The Call of the Wild" had explored the South Pacific, written several important socialist texts, and authored dozens of stories, including perennial favorites. This online collection from the Berkeley Digital Library SunSITE project has full-text versions of nearly all his books, a bio by Dr. Clarice Stasz of Sonoma State University, pics of London and his family, primary documents, and detailed bibliographies. <>