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  1. "Just Meat"Cosmopolitan Magazine, v. 42 (March 1907), 535-542. [WGL]

    This story was the basis of two one-act plays by Richard H. Kirschner — "Afterward" (1907) and "Burglars" (1911). It was reprinted as "Pals" in London Magazine (England), 20 (April 1908), pp. 184-193. London received $615 for the story on October 1, 1906.

  2. "Created He Them"The Pacific Monthly, v. 17 (April 1907), 393-397. [WGL]

    Also published as "The Turning Point" in Windsor Magazine (London), 26 (September 1907), pp. 394-400. London received $250 for the story on November 15, 1906.

  3. "Morganson's Finish"Success Magazine (New York), v. 10 (May 1907), 311-314, 371-376. [TT]

    Collected as "Finis" in TT and reprinted as "The Death Trail" in Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, 33 (January 1959), pp. 47-60. London received $750 for this story in July 1907.

  4. "A Day's Lodging"Collier's, v. 39 (May 25, 1907), 18-21. [LL]

    This story was the basis of two three-act plays by Jack London and Herbert Heron: "Gold" (1910), and "Gold" (1913.) London received $750 for this story on April 8, 1906.

  5. "Negore, the Coward" — September 1907. [LL]

    This tale, written expressly for the LL collection, was, according to Charmian K. London, ". . . the first story in which he employed any portion of his many-sided love for me." (Book of Jack London, II, 36.) London received $250 for this story in November 1903.


  1. Love of Life and Other Stories — New York: The Macmillan Co., September 1907. [LL]


  1. "Chased by the Trail"The Youth's Companion, v. 81 (September 26, 1907), 445-446; The Pall Mall Magazine (London), v. 40 (October 1907), 478-483. [CSS]

    London received $50 for this story on March 22, 1900.

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