The Kempton-Wace Letters (Paperback)
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First published in 1903, "The Kempton-Wace Letters" is a novel co-written by Jack London and Anna Strunsky. Published anonymously, it constitutes a profound discourse on the philosophy of love and sex, presented as a series of letters between a young scientist and an elderly poet. John Griffith London (1876 - 1916), commonly known as Jack London, was an American journalist, social activist, and novelist. He was an early pioneer of commercial magazine fiction, becoming one of the first globally-famous celebrity writers who were able to earn a large amount of money from their writing. London is famous for his contributions to early science fiction and also notably belonged to "The Crowd", a literary group an Francisco known for its radical members and ideas. Other notable works by this author include: "Martin Eden" (1909), "The Little Lady of the Big House" (1915), and "The Call of the Wild" (1903). Many vintage books such as this are increasingly scarce and expensive. We are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with a specially-commissioned new biography of the author.