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1319 books of Jack London

The novel Valley of the Moon is a story of a working-­class couple, Billy and Saxon Roberts, struggling laborers in Oakland at the Turn-­of-­the-­Century, who left the city life behind and searched Central and Northern California for a suitable farmland to own. The book is notable for the scenes in which the proletarian hero enjoys fellowship with the artists' colony in Carmel, and he settles in the Valley of the Moon.

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Skriet från vildmarken (The Call of the Wild) är en äventyrsroman från 1903 av Jack London.

Boken handlar om en hund vid namn Buck som kidnappas från sin trygga tillvaro som familjehund. Han säljs och förs till Alaska där ett hårt liv som slädhund väntar

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This outstanding collection includes "The Apostate,­" "Just Meat,­" "A Piece of Steak,­" and "Chinago.­"

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White Fang, a three-­quarters wolfdog, not accepted by the other dogs of the camp, grows more and more savage, sullen, lonely and bloody. However, the love of a good owner can change the things and a feeling of gratitude will push him to the extreme sacrifice.

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1907. The Iron Heel is the powerful name by which Jack London designates Plutocracy. In it he pictures to us the struggle which will one day break forth should the Fates in their fury permit, between Plutocracy and the People. The terrible drama to which he invites us in The Iron Heel has not yet actually taken place, and we do not know when the appalling prophecy of this American disciple of Marx will be fulfilled.

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London's suspense thriller focuses on the fine distinction between state- justified murder and criminal violence in the Assassination Bureau—­an organization whose mandate is to rid the state of all its enemies.

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