The Cruise of the Snark Audiobook by Jack London | Full Audiobook with subtitles

May 13, 2021 Off By admin



The Cruise of the Snark (1913) is a memoir of Jack and Charmian London’s 1907-1909 voyage across the Pacific. His descriptions of “surf-riding”, which he dubbed a “royal sport”, helped introduce it to and popularize it with the mainland. London writes: Through the white crest of a breaker suddenly appears a dark figure, erect, a man-fish or a sea-god, on the very forward face of the crest where the top falls over and down, driving in toward shore, buried to his loins in smoking spray, caught up by the sea and flung landward, bodily, a quarter of a mile. It is a Kanaka on a surf-board. And I know that when I have finished these lines I shall be out in that riot of colour and pounding surf, trying to bit those breakers even as he, and failing as he never failed, but living life as the best of us may live it. Excerpted from Wikipedia.
Genre(s): Memoirs
The Cruise of the Snark
Jack LONDON

Chapters:
0:23 | 1 – Chapter I — Foreword
22:46 | 2 – Chapter II — The Inconceivable And Monstrous
54:18 | 3 – Chapter III — Adventure
1:11:43 | 4 – Chapter IV — Finding One’s Way About
1:34:55 | 5 – Chapter V — The First Landfall
1:50:08 | 6 – Chapter VI — A Royal Sport
2:14:28 | 7 – Chapter VII — The Lepers Of Molokai
2:45:10 | 8 – Chapter VIII — The House Of The Sun
3:14:18 | 9 – Chapter IX — A Pacific Traverse
3:50:08 | 10 – Chapter X — Typee
4:21:00 | 11 – Chapter XI — The Nature Man
4:48:48 | 12 – Chapter XII — The High Seat of Abundance
5:27:12 | 13 – Chapter XIII — The Stone-fishing of Bora Bora
5:42:33 | 14 – Chapter XIV — The Amateur Navigator
6:22:33 | 15 – Chapter XV — Cruising in the Solomons
7:01:18 | 16 – Chapter XVI — Beche de Mer English
7:17:00 | 17 – Chapter XVII — The Amateur M.D.
7:56:00 | 18 – Back Word

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