jacket, Road


Paperback (30 Dec 2016) | English

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Jack London's "road" is the railroad, and these reminiscences paint a vivid portrait of life in the United States during the major economic depression of the 1890s. His compelling adventures include a month-long detention in a state penitentiary for vagrancy, as well as his travels with Kelly's Army, a group of unemployed workers who united to protest the labor environment. London honed his storytelling skills during his hobo days, spinning yarns to avoid arrest and to cajole food and money from sympathetic listeners. This compelling memoir - which inspired the 1973 movie Emperor of the North Pole - also chronicles London's inner journey, from self-interested freebooter to social activist. Reprint of the Macmillan, New York, 1907 edition.

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ISBN: 9780486811208
Publisher: Dover Publications Inc.
Imprint: Dover Publications
Pub date:
DEWEY: 818.5208
DEWEY edition: 23
Language: English
Number of pages: 128
Weight: 106g
Height: 131mm
Width: 332mm
Spine width: 2mm