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For twenty years after returning form the road, Jack London wrote sporadically about his life as a hobo, illustrating not only the impact of these experiences on his life and thought, but the cultural and intellectual changes occurring throughout America at the turn of the century.
Jack London on the Road is a collection of the writer's shorter works about his tramp days, with an insightful analysis and notes by historian Richard Etulain.
Utah State University Press
Etulain, Richard W., "Jack London on the Road The Tramp Diary and Other Hobo Writings" (1979). All USU Press Publications. 175.