(From the publisher):
Jack London's stories about Hawaii are from his last years as a writer extraordinary of the short story as well as the novel of adventure. These stories are among the best of London's work. Vividly true to the spirit of the life of Hawaii, they are also sensative to problems that evolve from differences in race and class distinctions. Amazingly modern, they struggle with problems that still part of the human experience. His vigorous prose dissects and creates as only a master of the short story can. London is one of America's truly great authors.
- Koolau the Leper
- House of Pride
- Chun ah Chun
- Sheriff of Kona
- Good-By, Jack
Original title: Jack London's Tales of Hawaii
Genre: Fiction→ General Fiction→ Regional Interest
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