Jack London is an iconic American writer, social activist, mostly known as the author of adventure fiction. Many of his literary works, including novels, plays and short stories, based on his own life experience and they have inspired numerous authors' works, and adaptations for television and film. "The Faith of Men" is a short stories collection published in 1904 which contains eight of Jack London's adventure tales, all of them set in London's favorite milieu -- the Yukon Territory. The volume includes "A Relic of the Pliocene", "A Hyperborean Brew", "The Faith of Men," "Too Much Gold," "The One Thousand Dozen," "The Marriage of Lit-Lit," "Batard" and "The Story of Jees Uck." This collection is recommended for anyone who enjoys the short story form, and it is abdolutely must-read for fans of London’s work. Enjoy the reading.