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Jack London is of course better known for several of his other novels, including The Call of the Wild (1903), The Sea Wolf   (1904), and White Fang (1906). While these novels are considered world renowned classics, a number of critics consider London's strength to lie in his short fiction. Along with more traditional themes, he would write stories we would now consider to be science fiction; such varied subject matter included a powerful energy weapon, invisibility, meeting up with a woolly mammoth, and an island's inhabitants held captive to an extraterrestrial "object."

Escape (1947-1954) aired its adaptation of The Scarlet Plague on April 8, 1954. Listen now as we see first a few hundred fall victim to the deadly plague, then thousands, then hundreds of thousands across the globe, in this well produced radio play.

Jack London is of course better known for several of his other novels, including The Call of the Wild (1903), The Sea Wolf   (1904), and White Fang (1906). While these novels are considered world renowned classics, a number of critics consider London's strength to lie in his short fiction. Along with more traditional themes, he would write stories we would now consider to be science fiction; such varied subject matter included a powerful energy weapon, invisibility, meeting up with a woolly mammoth, and an island's inhabitants held captive to an extraterrestrial "object."

Escape (1947-1954) aired its adaptation of The Scarlet Plague on April 8, 1954. Listen now as we see first a few hundred fall victim to the deadly plague, then thousands, then hundreds of thousands across the globe, in this well produced radio play.

Apocalyptic fiction is a sub-genre of science fiction (or, in some cases, the more general category speculative fiction) that is concerned with the...

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Based on the public domain story by Jack London, The Scarlet Plague follows a Professor born before the plague wiped out most of humanity as he attempts to instill old knowledge to one of his grandsons born into the new, ignorant and primitive world. Written by Jeff Hanni

Jack London is of course better known for several of his other novels, including The Call of the Wild (1903), The Sea Wolf   (1904), and White Fang (1906). While these novels are considered world renowned classics, a number of critics consider London's strength to lie in his short fiction. Along with more traditional themes, he would write stories we would now consider to be science fiction; such varied subject matter included a powerful energy weapon, invisibility, meeting up with a woolly mammoth, and an island's inhabitants held captive to an extraterrestrial "object."

Escape (1947-1954) aired its adaptation of The Scarlet Plague on April 8, 1954. Listen now as we see first a few hundred fall victim to the deadly plague, then thousands, then hundreds of thousands across the globe, in this well produced radio play.

Apocalyptic fiction is a sub-genre of science fiction (or, in some cases, the more general category speculative fiction) that is concerned with the...


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