Centennial Celebration of Jack London’s Life and Work | Discussion

When: 09.02.2017 - 17:30 - 19:30
Where:  Americké centrum, Tržiště 13, Praha 1 – Malá Strana
Admission: 

Free (please, sign up by clicking at signup above the picture)


Main image Jack London

On November 22, 1916, American writer Jack London passed away at his ranch in Glen Ellen, California.

Jack London was the most popular and highest paid American author during this period and was the first American writer to earn $1,000,000 USD for his work.

His work includes over 50 books and hundreds of essays that have been translated into over 70 languages.

London is known for for his adventures, for his world travels and for being an innovator, social activist, artist, and philosopher.

This program, is in cooperation with Dynastie Publishing House, which recently translated into Czech London’s The Shadow and the Flash (with unique illustrations by Italian artist Fabian Negrin).

The program will be in Czech and in English.