The Road

Jack LONDON (1876 - 1916)

Jack London credited his skill of story-telling to the days he spent as a hobo learning to fabricate tales to get meals from sympathetic strangers. In The Road, he relates the tales and memories of his days on the hobo road, including how the hobos would elude train crews and his travels with Kelly’s Army. - Summary by Barry Eads

Genre(s): Short Stories, Single Author Collections, History

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Confession Barry Eads
00:28:13
Play 02 Holding Her Down Barry Eads
00:37:42
Play 03 Pictures Barry Eads
00:25:18
Play 04 "Pinched" Barry Eads
00:31:45
Play 05 The Pen Barry Eads
00:30:01
Play 06 Hoboes That Pass in the Night Barry Eads
00:39:00
Play 07 Road-Kids and Gay-Cats Barry Eads
00:28:38
Play 08 Two Thousand Stiffs Barry Eads
00:26:46
Play 09 Bulls Barry Eads
00:37:23