The World of Jack London
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House of Pride
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1912

  1. "The Hanging of Cultus George"Cosmopolitan Magazine, v. 52 (January 1912), 200-210. [SB]

    London received $750 for this story on October 16, 1911.

  2. "The Mistake of Creation"Cosmopolitan Magazine, v. 52 (February 1912), 335-347. [SB]

    London received $750 for this story on November 11, 1911.


  1. The House of Pride & Other Tales of Hawaii — New York: The Macmillan Co., March 1912. [HP]


  1. "A Flutter in Eggs"Cosmopolitan Magazine, v. 52 (March 1912), 545-558. [SB]

    Compare this story to "The One Thousand Dozen" (entry 67). Wild Water Charley in this tale is based on real-life Klondiker "Swiftwater Bill" Gates. London received $750 for this story on December 10, 1911.

  2. "The Sea-Farmer"The Bookman (New York), v. 35 (March 1912), 51-60. [STST]

    See entry 173. London received $75 for this story on March 11, 1912.

  3. "The Feathers of the Sun"The Saturday Evening Post, v. 184 (March 9, 1912), 6-9, 72-74. [SS]

    London received $750 for this story on July 25, 1911.

  4. "The Grilling of Loren Ellery" — (Middlesbrough, England) Northern Weekly Gazette, March 30, 1912, p. 9. [CSS]

    Russ Kingman cites an earlier printing of this story (Jack London, A Definitive Chronology, David Rejl: California, 1982, p.27) in the magazine section of the New York Sunday Free Press on September 24, 1899. The fact that London received $5 for this story on September 23, 1899 supports Kingman's citation; however, the authors were unable to obtain a copy of this rare publication.

  5. "The Town-Site of Tra-Lee"Cosmopolitan Magazine, v. 52 (April 1912), 701-714. [SB]

    London received $750 for this story in January 1912.

  6. "Wonder of Woman" — [Part 1] Cosmopolitan Magazine, v. 52 (May 1912), 761-773; [Part 2] Cosmopolitan Magazine, v. 53 (June 1912), 107-120. [SB]

    This story was printed as a pamphlet by the International Magazine Co. (New York, 1912). Compare with entry 29. Charmian London said she suggested that Jack continue the Smoke Bellew series, taking Smoke and Shorty into the South Seas. (Book of Jack London, II, 202.) London received $750 for Part 1 on January 23, 1912 and an additional $750 for Part 2.

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