The People Of The Abyss

by Jack London
The People Of The Abyss
  • ISBN-13: 9780957338531
  • Author(s): Jack London
  • Introduction by: Iain Sinclair
  • Subject: BMH|literature: texts
  • Publisher: Tangerine Press
  • Imprint: Tangerine Press
  • Publication Date: 01-11-2014
  • Format: p/b

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Jack London (1876 -1916) was an American author, journalist and social activist, best known for his novels The Call of the Wild (1903). He came to London in the early 1900s, curious to see for himself the very heart of the British Empire. The People of the Abyss is London's shocking, thought-provoking first-hand account of what he found there. Living in the East End, he witnessed desperation, starvation and death on an unprecedented level. This new edition of Jack London's timely and timeless autobiographical novel' restores the original photographs.'
About the book

Jack London (1876 -1916) was an American author, journalist and social activist, best known for his novels The Call of the Wild (1903). He came to London in the early 1900s, curious to see for himself the very heart of the British Empire. The People of the Abyss is London's shocking, thought-provoking first-hand account of what he found there. Living in the East End, he witnessed desperation, starvation and death on an unprecedented level. This new edition of Jack London's timely and timeless autobiographical novel' restores the original photographs.'