3 edition of South Sea tales. found in the catalog.
South Sea tales.
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To the population
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Elements of geometry
My introduction to the fiction of Jack London is South Sea Tales, an immersive collection of short stories that rustled palm trees in my imagination and at times seemed to blow the aroma of banana leaves from the ally published in South Sea Tales (), House of Pride and Other Tales of Hawaii (), A Son of the Sun () and posthumously, On the Makaloa /5.
To give the present publisher credit, if you check inside to read the table of contents, it contains 10 stories, only four of which are from South Sea Tales, but the book cover can mislead a purchaser who is not careful (Amazon, at least, gives you the option of checking inside).4/5(75).
To start with, this is NOT "South Sea Tales." The original collection of Jack London short stories bearing that title is a collection of 8 stories as far as I have been able to determine, and only some of those appear in this collection.4/5(75).
In South Sea Tales Stevenson shows himself to be a virtuoso of narrative styles. But beyond their generic diversity the stories are linked by their concern with representing the multiracial society of which their author had become a member. In this collection--the first to bring together all his shorter Pacific fiction in one volume--Stevenson Cited by: To ask other readers questions about South Sea Tales, please sign up.
Be the first to ask a question about South Sea Tales This book is actually a combination of two different books, and as such the stories are clearly divided into two categories, that /5. South Sea Tales - Kindle edition by London, Jack. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading South Sea Tales.4/5(75).