"I am loving these Dover editions. Informative and interesting. I highly recommend them, and hope they continue to publish titles like these." — Januarygray.net Novelist, journalist, and social activist Jack London (1876–1916) rose from abject poverty to international fame as the bestselling, highest-paid, and most popular author of his era. London created a substantial body of work in his short life, drawing upon a diverse array of experiences that ranged from cannery worker and railroad hobo to sailor and prospector. Stories of hardship amid the wilderness and on the open sea typify London's works, and this inexpensive, single-volume edition features three of his complete novels — The Call of the Wild, White Fang, and The Sea-Wolf. Short stories of adventure in the Klondike and elsewhere include "The White Silence," "In a Far Country," and "The Law of Life."