died of uremic poisoning
at the age of 40
on November 22, 1916
Jack London was an early 20th-century writer closely associated with San Francisco and adventure. His most famous book by far is The Call of the Wild (1903), the story of a peaceful California dog named Buck who is kidnapped and shipped to the wilds of Al...
On this day in History, Jack London dies of kidney disease on Nov 22, 1916. ... of
the United States, but this is a misnomer, since the presidency did not exist as ...
Nov 22, 2000 ... Jack London, the author, died at his Glen Ellen, Cal., ranch near here at 7:45 ...
From the time London was found this morning he did not regain ...
Jack London is known for his Western adventure novels, including White Fang
and The Call of the ... London, who was also a journalist and an outspoken
socialist, died in 1916. ... The success did little to soften London's hard-driving
Basically it was never a question for me: Jack London, proud adventurer, was
finally brought to his .... London did not die of his own hand, but of kidney failure.
But true to London's vigorous nature, he did little loafing and was soon busy
buying ... On November 22, 1916, 40 year old Jack London died of
John Griffith London (1876-1916) was born in San Francisco of an unmarried
mother of wealthy ... He died of renal failure on November 22, 1916 on the ranch.
Considered by many to be America's finest author, Jack London, whose name at
birth was ... Jack did not learn the true circumstances of his birth until he was in
his early twenties. ... His death certificate states that he died of uremic poisoning.
An abbreviated chronology and timeline of Jack London's life, with color pictures.
... published in The Owl magazine (unknown to London) – John London dies in ...
From Klondike adventures to socialist papers, Jack London wrote as he felt - a ...
every adventure and all the knowledge the world might offer, he died young as a
.... He definitely did not believe, however, that all Anglo-Saxons were inherently ...