The Sea-Wolf

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Frontispiece
See page 284.
 

"The hut's walls rose without difficulty."

THE SEA-WOLF

 

BY

JACK LONDON

AUTHOR OF "THE CALL OF THE WILD," "PEOPLE OF THE ABYSS," "CHILDREN OF THE FROST," ETC.

 

WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY W.J. AYLWARD

 

NEW YORK
GROSSET & DUNLAP
PUBLISHERS

Copyright, 1904

By JACK LONDON.


Copyright, 1903, 1904,

By THE CENTURY COMPANY.


Copyright, 1904,

By THE MACMILLAN COMPANY.


Set up and electrotyped. Published October, 1904. Reprinted
October, November, December, 1904; June, November, 1906.



Norwood Press

J. S. Cushing & Co.—Berwick & Smith Co.

Norwood, Mass., U. S. A.

Chapters (not individually listed)

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

 
  1. "The hut's walls rose without difficulty
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    Frontispiece
  2. FACING PAGE
  3. "'Ahoy! Take me ashore! A thousand dollars if you take me ashore!'"
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    30
  4. "His face was convulsed and white, his eyes were flashing, his clenched fists raised overhead"
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    116
  5. "At any moment they were liable to be overwhelmed by the hissing combers"
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    184
  6. "...The Kanaka, hanging on with one hand, seized the Cockney's foot with the other"
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    202
  7. "He saw Wolf Larsen's rifle bearing upon him"
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    234