New York: The Macmillan Company, 1917. First edition. BAL 11972. A collection of eight essays and sketches, including two dramatic sketches, published shortly after London's death in 1916. The title essay, "The Human Drift," is London's treatise on the history of civilisation as a search for food.
New York: The Century Co., 1913. First edition. BAL 11946, printing 1; Smith, American Fiction 1901-1925; L-445. Jack London's autobiographical novel, whose main character is named for the famous English folk song - "John Barleycorn" - and like his English namesake, struggles with alcohol.