The World of Jack London
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1895

  1. "'Frisco Kid's' Story"The (Oakland, Calif.) High School Aegis, v. 10 (February 15, 1895), 2-3. [JLA]

    A short dialect tale of "the road."

  2. "Sakaicho, Hona Asi and Hakadaki"The (Oakland) High School Aegis, v. 10 (April 19, 1895), 4-5. [JLA]

  3. "A Night's Swim in Yeddo Bay"The (Oakland) High School Aegis, v. 10 (May 27,1895), 10-12. [JLA]

    This is the first version of the story "In Yeddo Bay," (entry 66), later drawn in greater detail and included in the posthumous collection DC.

  4. "Who Believes in Ghosts'"The (Oakland) High School Aegis, v. 10 (October 21, 1895), 1-4. [JLA]

    London originally titled this story "Ghostly Chess Game".

  5. "And 'Frisco Kid Came Back"The (Oakland) High School Aegis, v. 10 (November 4, 1895), 2-4. [JLA]

  6. " 'One More Unfortunate'"The (Oakland) High School Aegis, v. 10 (December 18,1895), 12-14. [JLA]

    This tale was undoubtedly inspired by London's reading of Thomas Hood's "The Bridge of Sighs," a poem about a similar suicide, the first line of which is "One more unfortunate." Probably also influenced by the author's reading of Ouida's Signa (1875).

1897
  1. "Two Gold Bricks"The Owl (Boston, New York), v. 3 (September 1897), 43-48. [JLSA]

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