This ebook includes a biographical introduction, a short, critical analysis of London's work within the historical context and a brief introduction to this work.
First published in 1904 by MacMillan, The Faith of Men is a collection of short pieces connected by being located in the North, mostly the Klondike.
Considered by many to be London's finest Klondike collection, the set of eight includes the absolutely brutal tale of Batard, a savage dog set against a savage master. Other stories centre on native Indians including The Story of Jees Uck, a touching romance about an affair between a trading post operator and a young, mixed blood, indian woman.
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Published March 24, 2011
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