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Small-Boat Sailing

Small-Boat Sailing

American Roots

by Jack London

American author Jack London -- best known for his fiction writing set during the Klondike Gold Rush of the late 1800s -- was also an avid sailor. "Small-Boat Sailing," was published in 1917 in The Human Drift, a collection of short stories and essays. London recounts his time at sea, including travels on fishing schooners and coal ships but mostly on small sailboats on San Francisco Bay. His description of the hard work, excitement, and thrill of handling a small boat in trouble on the water will be exhilarating to anyone who's experienced it or only wished they had.

Title: Small-Boat Sailing
Author: Jack London
Publisher: American Roots
Published: October 28, 2014
Pages: 48
ISBN: 9781429096133
Binding: Hardcover