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John Barleycorn or Alcoholic Memoirs

Jack London (1876-1916)

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1. 01 – Chapters 1-3
2. 02 – Chapter 04
3. 03 – Chapters 5-6
4. 04 – Chapters 7-8
5. 05 – Chapters 9-10
6. 06 – Chapters 11-12
7. 07 – Chapters 13-14
8. 08 – Chapters 15-16
9. 09 – Chapters 17-18
10. 10 – Chapters 19-20
11. 11 – Chapters 21-22
12. 12 – Chapters 23-25
13. 13 – Chapters 26-28
14. 14 – Chapters 29-30
15. 15 – Chapters 31-32
16. 16 – Chapters 33-35
17. 17 – Chapter 36
18. 18 – Chapter 37
19. 19 – Chapters 38-39

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Summary

Jack London died at the age of forty. In this autobiographical work, London describes his life as seen through the eyes of John Barleycorn (alcohol). There is much controversy about the cause of his death just as there is about alcoholism and addiction. London’s brutally frank and honest analysis of his own struggles and bouts with alcohol was way before its time and more modern theories of addiction. With remarkable candor and insight, London describes the demons and gods he encountered through both friend and enemy, John Barleycorn.