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History & Criticism
  • Author:
    Jack London
  • ISBN:
    0671006851
  • ISBN13:
    978-0671006853
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  • Publisher:
    Monarch Notes (September 1, 1984)
  • Pages:
    74 pages
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    History & Criticism
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Jack London really had a way with words and in creating feelings in me as a reader And, while I read White Fang sometime in the 90s, I'd already read The Call of the Wild in high school.

Jack London really had a way with words and in creating feelings in me as a reader. This was a perfect set of stories to read this time of year! Matt. And, while I read White Fang sometime in the 90s, I'd already read The Call of the Wild in high school.

Monarch Notes, 1 сент. London's body broke down prematurely from his rugged lifestyle and hard drinking, and he died of uremic poisoning - possibly helped along by a morphine overdose - at his California ranch in 1916. Результаты поиска по книге. Though his massive output is uneven, his best works - particularly "The Call of the Wild" and "White Fang" - have endured because of their rich subject matter and vigorous prose.

Of all Jack London's fictions none has been as popular as his dog stories.

He talkedto White Fang as White Fang had never been talked to before

He talkedto White Fang as White Fang had never been talked to before. He talkedsoftly and soothingly, with a gentleness that somehow, somewhere, touchedWhite Fang. It was the beginning of the end for White Fang-the ending of the oldlife and the reign of hate. A new and incomprehensibly fairer life wasdawning. A stranger could not hear this note, and tosuch a stranger the growling of White Fang was an exhibition ofprimordial savagery, nerve-racking and blood-curdling.

London's story "The Shadow and the Flash" (1903) has as its concern the quest for invisibility on the part of two scientists. amp;quot;The Enemy Cliffs Notes on The Call of the Wild & White Fang © 1982 2 ww. liffs. com of All the World" (1908) features a "mad scientist" who invents a formidable weapon and. terrorizes the world with it. Much of London's science fiction indicates his belief in the superiority of the white race

A Note on Jack London’s Life and Works. Selected Bibliography.

A Note on Jack London’s Life and Works. Penguin twentieth-century classics. The call of the wild, white fang, and other stories. Jack London-his real name was John Griffith London-had a wild and colorful youth on the waterfront of San Francisco, his native city. Born in 1876, he left school at the age of fourteen and worked in a cannery

CALL OF WILD AND WHITE FANG (CLIFFS NOTES) By Samuel J Umland BRAND NEW . CliffsNotes on Call of the Wild & White Fang covers not one, but two of Jack London's best known adventures.

CALL OF WILD AND WHITE FANG (CLIFFS NOTES) By Samuel J Umland BRAND NEW. Meet an amazing dog named Buck and his human friend John Thornton in Call of the Wild, and then follow the story of two men, Henry and Bill, and the life of an unforgettable wolf cub. This study guide will help you keep up with all of the action as you contemplate the characters and their motivations. Helpful background information about the author brings these novels into context for even greater understanding.

Detailed plot summary * Complete background * Critical Commentary * Theme development * Survey of criticism * Notes on Vocabulary * Bibliography * Essay questions * Model answers * Analyzes and comments on the Call of the Wild and White Fang * Comments on Socialist philosophy in London's novels and in his personal life * Evaluates London's style, his mixtures of naturalism and romanticism, sentimentalism and brutality