All before the age of Hopkins in the San Francisco Bulletin, December 2, It had state-of-the-art collapsible masts, flush toilets, room for books, and even an ice maker.
In addition to his writing and speaking commitments, London carried on voluminous correspondence he received some 10, letters per yearread proofs of his work as it went to press, and negotiated with his agents and publishers.
InSterling helped London find a home closer to his own in nearby Piedmont. Strikingly handsome, full of laughter, restless and courageous to a fault, always eager for adventure on land or sea, he was one of the most attractive and romantic figures of his time.
Here, in the middle of his beloved ranch, he continued to turn out the articles, short stories, and novels for which there was an ever-growing international market.
Today, almost countless editions of London's writings are available and some of them have been translated into as many as seventy different languages. In his autobiographical novel, John BarleycornLondon mentioned the pub's likeness seventeen times.
Several of the books and many of the short stories are classics and still popular; some have been translated into as many as 70 languages. Jack London - his life and books "I would rather be ashes than dust!