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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
London, Jack, 1876-1916.
Jack London reports.
Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1970
|Named Person:||Jack London; Jack London|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jack London; King Hendricks; I Milo Shepard
|Description:||xix, 412 pages 22 cm|
|Contents:||pt. 1. War correspondence. Letters from Korea to Charmian --
The Japanese-Russian War : How Jack London got in and out of jail in Japan ; Trip to Ping Yang ; Advancing Russians nearing Japan's army ; Vivid description of army in Korea ; Royal road a sea of mud ; Americans praise Japan's army ; Cossacks fight then retreat ; Over the Pekin Road on the way to the Yalu ; Translator troubles ; Travel in Korea ; How the hermit kingdom behaves in time of war ; The sufferings of the Japanese ; Dr. Moffett ; Examiner writer sent back to Seoul ; Japanese supplies rushed to front by man and beast ; Fighting at long range described ; Give battle to retard enemy ; Japanese in invisible war ; Japs drive Russians across Yalu River ; The monkey cage ; Japanese officers consider everything a military secret ; Japan puts end to usefulness of correspondents --
The Mexican conflict : The red game of war ; With Funston's men ; Mexico's army and ours ; Stalking the pestilence ; The trouble makers of Mexico ; Lawgivers ; Our adventurers in Tampico --
pt. 2. Sports articles. Schützenfest articles ; Jeffries-Ruhlin fight ; Britt-Nelson fight ; Burns-Johnson fight ; Jeffries-Johnson fight --
pt. 3. Miscellaneous articles. The home-coming of the Oregon ; The road ; Housekeeping in the Klondike ; The terrible and tragic in fiction ; Stranger than fiction ; The yellow peril ; The story of an eye-witness ; If Japan wakens China ; Navigating four horses north of the bay ; Our guiltless scapegoats: the stricken of Molokai ; My Hawaiian aloha.
|Responsibility:||Edited by King Hendricks and Irving Shepard.|