A Son of the Sun (novel)
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A Son of the Sun is a 1912 novel by Jack London. It is set in the South Pacific at the beginning of the 20th century and consists of eight separate stories. David Grief is a forty-year-old English adventurer who came to the South seas years ago and became rich. As a businessman he owns offices in Sydney, but he is rarely there. Since his wealth spreads over a lot of islands, Grief has some adventures while going among these islands. London depicts the striking panorama of the South seas with adventurers, scoundrels, swindlers, pirates, and cannibals.
- A Son of the Sun
- The Proud Goat of Aloysius Pankburn
- The Devils of Fuatino
- The Jokers of New Gibbon
- A Little Account With Swithin Hall
- A Goboto Night
- The Feathers of the Sun
- The Pearls of Parlay
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