Jack London - Übersetzung nach Englisch

Jack London - Übersetzung nach Englisch

John Griffith Chaney; John Griffith London; Jack london; Love of Life (story); Jack London's; Jack london biography; “To the Man on Trail”; Blaine Winchester; Útek zo zlatej krajiny; London, Jack; London, Jack, 1876-1916; Koolau the Leper; The Strength of the Strong; War of the Classes; Flush of Gold
  • [[Bookplate]] used by Jack London
  • Bessie Maddern London and daughters, Joan and Becky
  • London ''(right)'' at the [[Bohemian Grove]] with his friends [[Porter Garnett]] and [[George Sterling]]; a painting parodies his story ''[[The White Silence]]''
  • London's 1903 story "The Shadow and the Flash" was reprinted in the June 1948 issue of ''[[Famous Fantastic Mysteries]]''
  • ''The Scarlet Plague'' was reprinted in the February 1949 issue of ''[[Famous Fantastic Mysteries]]''
  • Heinold's First and Last Chance, "Jack London's Rendezvous"
  • London writing, 1905
  • London in his office, 1916
  • Jack London lake
  • Jack London studying at Heinold's First and Last Chance in 1886
  • London at the age of nine with his dog Rollo, 1885
  • Jack with daughters Becky (left) and Joan (right)
  • Jack London (date unknown)
  • Grave of Jack and Charmian London
  • Jeffries (left) vs. Johnson, 1910
  • Jack and Charmian London (c. 1915) at [[Waikiki]]
  • Carmel]], California
  • Miners and prospectors ascend the Chilkoot Trail during the [[Klondike Gold Rush]]
  • London in 1914
  • The ''Snark'' in Australia, 1921
  • First edition (1902)

Jack London         
n. Jack London (US-Autor)
Jack London         
Jack London, (1876-1916)
Jack the Ripper         
  • Contemporaneous police drawing of the body of [[Catherine Eddowes]], as discovered in [[Mitre Square]]
  • Inspector [[Frederick Abberline]]
  • Frances Coles was found with her throat cut under a railway arch in Whitechapel on 13 February 1891.<ref>Fido, p. 113; Evans and Skinner (2000), pp. 551–557</ref>
  • From Hell]]" letter
  • 29 [[Hanbury Street]]. The door through which [[Annie Chapman]] and her murderer walked to the yard where her body was discovered is beneath the numerals of the property sign
  • Punch]]'' cartoon of 1888
  • Tom Merry]]
  • 978-0-7835-0001-0}} p. 93</ref>
  • Official police photograph of the body of [[Mary Jane Kelly]] as discovered in 13 Miller's Court, [[Spitalfields]], 9 November 1888
  • 22 September}} 1888) criticising the police's alleged incompetence. The failure of the police to capture the killer reinforced the attitude held by radicals that the police were inept and mismanaged.<ref>Begg, ''Jack the Ripper: The Definitive History'', p. 57</ref>
  • 8 September 1888 edition of the ''[[Penny Illustrated Paper]]'' depicting the discovery of the body of the first canonical Ripper victim, [[Mary Ann Nichols]]
  • Dorset Street]] (middle left)
  • "The [[Whitehall Mystery]]" of October 1888
Jack-the-Ripper; Jack The Ripper; Ripperology; Fairy Fay; Annie Millwood; Annie Farmer; The Pinchin Street Murder; Ada Wilson; Jack the ripper; Jack the Ripper non-fiction; Leather Apron; Leatherapron; Ripperologists; Ripperologist; The Whitechapel Murderer; The Whitechapel murderer; Leather apron; Jack the rippers victims; Whitechapel murderer; Whitechapel Murderer; Jack the Ripper letters
n. Jack the Ripper, Serienmörder von London im 18. Jahrhundert


·noun ·see Jack-with-a-lantern, under 2d Jack.


Jack London

John Griffith Chaney (January 12, 1876 – November 22, 1916), better known as Jack London, was an American novelist, journalist and activist. A pioneer of commercial fiction and American magazines, he was one of the first American authors to become an international celebrity and earn a large fortune from writing. He was also an innovator in the genre that would later become known as science fiction.

London was part of the radical literary group "The Crowd" in San Francisco and a passionate advocate of animal rights, workers’ rights and socialism. London wrote several works dealing with these topics, such as his dystopian novel The Iron Heel, his non-fiction exposé The People of the Abyss, War of the Classes, and Before Adam.

His most famous works include The Call of the Wild and White Fang, both set in Alaska and the Yukon during the Klondike Gold Rush, as well as the short stories "To Build a Fire", "An Odyssey of the North", and "Love of Life". He also wrote about the South Pacific in stories such as "The Pearls of Parlay", and "The Heathen".

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1. And in fact, Jack London reported,
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2. Jack London, the novelist, led the fight
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3. This is recently-built Jack London Square.
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4. Sea beans, like at Haven right in Jack London Square,
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5. at the time, a buddy of Jack London.
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Beispiele aus Textkorpus für Jack London
1. And there is a difference," he said of what began in the late 1800s as a San Francisco society of journalists and writers, including Jack London.
2. Thank goodness they went! – Jack, London, UK I think the girls are forgetting just who it is that actually put them there – Simon Cowell I believe.
3. Poker has a relatively short history in Russia, with most Soviet citizens experiencing the game vicariously through Jack London novels, Lesnoi said.
4. A Jack, London Michael Perdue: The situation now is that 2 of three criteria for a new pandemic have been met, namely 1. the infection of humans with a 2. new subtype from an animal.
5. If not, a precedent would be set for the extent to which campaigns of intimidation could influence behaviour in the corporate sphere.Andrew Jack London gain and pain London‘s selection as the host city for the 2012 Olympic Games was greeted with jubilation by some companies and their investors.