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Which American author wrote "The Call Of The Wild", "White Fang", "The Sea Wolf" and "The Game"?

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Which American author wrote "The Call Of The Wild", "White Fang", "The Sea Wolf" and "The Game"?
posted Mar 3, 2016 by Varun Kumar

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John Griffith "Jack" London

Jack London was born on January 12, 1876. By age 30, he was internationally famous for Call of the Wild (1903), The Sea Wolf, (1904) and other literary and journalistic accomplishments.

His stories of high adventure were based on his own experiences at sea, in Alaska, or in the fields and factories of California. His writings appealed to millions worldwide. Here is the complete list of Jack London books, by date of publication, follows:

1900 The Son of the Wolf
1901 The God of His Fathers
1902 Children of the Frost
1902 The Cruise of the Dazzler
1902 A Daughter of the Snows
1903 The Kempton-Wace Letters
1903 The Call of the Wild
1903 The People of the Abyss
1904 The Faith of Men
1904 The Sea Wolf
1905 War of the Classes
1905 The Game
1905 Tales of the Fish Patrol
1906 Moon-Face and Other Stories
1906 White Fang
1906 The Scorn of Women
1907 Before Adam
1907 Love of Life and Other Stories
1907 The Road
1908 The Iron Heel
1909 Martin Eden
1910 Lost Face
1910 Theft
1910 Revolution and Other Essays
1910 Burning Daylight
1911 When God Laughs and Other Stories
1911 Adventure
1911 The Cruise of the Snark
1911 South Sea Tales
1912 The House of Pride and Other Stories
1912 A Son of the Sun
1912 Smoke Bellew
1913 The Night-Born
1913 The Abysmal Brute
1913 John Barleycorn
1913 The Valley of the Moon
1914 The Strength of the Strong
1914 The Mutiny of the Elsinore
1915 The Scarlet Plague
1915 The Star Rover
1916 The Little Lady of the Big House
1916 The Acorn Planter
1916 The Turtles of Tasman
1917 The Human Drift
1917 Jerry of the Islands
1917 Michael Brother of Jerry
1918 The Red One
1918 Hearts of Three
1919 On the Makaloa Mat
1922 Dutch Courage and Other Stories
1963 The Assassination Bureau

answer Mar 8, 2016 by Vikash Singh
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