Jack’s Piedmont Period

By April 1904, 100 years ago this month, Jack London, the illegitimate
 son of Flora Wellman, had become world-famous and the best-selling
American writer west of the Mississippi. It had been a banner, breakthrough year for the author and “revolutionist.” At a Piedmont hill-top hideaway he called the “Bungalow,” Jack London, a boyish man of 27 [...]

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