In 1902, Jack London penned "To Build a Fire" for Youth's Companion, a magazine geared for young adults. Six years later Jack London wrote a much darker and more realistic version of "To Build a Fire" for The Century Magazine. In the six years between the two stories Jack London went through a literary transformation from young adult author, to the leading voice in the Naturalism Movement. This selection includes both versions of his classic tale, "To Build a Fire", and shows his evolution as a writer. This version includes the full audio to the 1908 version.