Jack London on the Road: The Tramp Diary, and Other Hobo Writings
As Jack joined Kelly's Industrial Army in 1894 starting in Oakland, CA and headed for Washington, DC; he wrote of his travels while on the road. He recorded his experiences and thinking. America was changing dramatically as it headed into the 20th Century. This collection includes the complete Tramp diary, as well as essays, short stories and a poem about his days as a hobo.
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