• The Call of Wild
    . The conflicts were……. In conclusion, I feel it was the life experiences of Jack London that allowed him to write such a good book. His focus on man-dog relationships definitely tells of dog as man’s best friend. I believe the way the book was written, the way it flows, makes it popular for people...
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  • The Law of Life Paperwork
    THE LAW OF LIFE Jack London SUMMARY The story is about an old man named Koskoosh, a former chief of an Eskimo tribe. He, who now has a poor vision, has been judged to be nothing but a useless being in the tribe –cannot keep up with the tribe, as youth has long died- Therefore, the tribe, in the...
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  • Discource
    is a businessman. Kate is also about 25, ahe is an ordinary American girl. The extract concerns with private talk between Jack and Kate. Jack is to leave to London, and Kate wants him to stay in the USA. Jack’s aim is to explain Kate, that his leaving to London is the only right option...
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  • Nature Feels No Pain
    Nature Feels No Sorrow Jules Verne once said, “We may brave human laws, but we cannot resist natural ones.” Verne exemplifies what Jack London is implying in his “To Build a Fire.” By illustrating the natural instinct and brutality of nature, London makes it clear and exact that nature has...
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  • No Life Without Education
    "Born in San Francisco in 1876 Jack London grew up in a world witnessing the settlement of the last frontier. It was a world in transition. The memory of Jack London's early life was etched and scarred by the bitterness of poverty. His family was continually on the move to find subsistence. At the...
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  • Lord of the Flies
    not fatty,’ cried Ralph His name ispiggy.’ ‘A storm of laughter arose’ (Golding 17). This initial bullying starts with Jack and carries on throughout the novel through Jack and his hunters. This behaviour isn’t even considered to be bad or unorthodox, there is no one to enforce rules or laws, or...
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  • Love
    excuse and hurries downstairs, where, feeling ill, she lies down on her bed. ------------------------------------------------- Chapters 15-17 Summary The following day, the heroine drives with Beatrice to visit Gran, the aged grandmother of Maxim and Beatrice. Along the way, her sister-in-law...
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  • oliver twist
    “genelman” in London who will let Oliver stay in his home for free. Oliver learns that Jack’s nickname is “the Artful Dodger.” He guesses from the Dodger’s appearance that his way of life is immoral. He plans to ingratiate himself with the gentleman in London and then end all association with Jack...
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  • essays
    “genelman” in London who will let Oliver stay in his home for free. Oliver learns that Jack’s nickname is “the Artful Dodger.” He guesses from the Dodger’s appearance that his way of life is immoral. He plans to ingratiate himself with the gentleman in London and then end all association with Jack...
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  • England Country Knowledge
    . To solve this problem, they started to built a train that went underground, so the people could get to the centre of London and the buildings wouldn’t get damaged. The first ‘Metropolitan Railway’ was opened in 1863. In World War II the tube was used as a bombshelter. Give a brief summary of...
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  • Government of GB
    counties. The capital of the whole Britain is London. Other big cities are e. g. Birmingham, Glasgow, Manchester and Bristol. Symbols of the Great Britain The flag of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is official called the Union Flag, but it's commonly known as the Union Jack...
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  • A Streetcar Named Desire: the Importance of Being Earnest
    respectable young man who leads a double life. In Hertfordshire, where he has a country estate, Jack is known as Jack. In London he is known as Ernest. As a baby, Jack was discovered in a handbag in the cloakroom of Victoria Station by an old man who adopted him and subsequently made Jack guardian...
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  • Literary Analysis - the Law of Life
    , abandonment, disease, and even death. Naturalism, in short, is a need to return to the earth. (Williams, 571) A prime example of this literary theory was the story “The Law of Life”, written by Jack London. The story tells the tale of Old Koskoosh, a chief of a Eskimo tribe from the Klondike, a...
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  • David Copperfield (Sparknotes)
    from his friends and family, in a moment of brazen vanity, Dickens shapes Steerforth’s death to reflect perfectly what he deserves based on the way he lives his life. Chapters LIX–LXIV Summary — Chapter LIX. Return David returns to London, where he visits Traddles, who has recently married...
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  • Lord of the Flies : Relationship Between Two Main Protagonists
    they found out that this is a great opportunity to have lots of fun when there is no “real” supervision of any adult person. Jack on the other hand is the one who offers them pure child´s life full of games and adventure. He is also a natural leader and the fact that in the end of the story he makes...
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  • Synopsis Jack London
    John Austin Mr. Reed English-7th October 23, 2012 Synopsis Summary: A large Saint Bernard named buck starts the story out as a pet is living a civilized life in California. Around this time, however, gold is discovered in the great North, and large dogs suddenly become tremendously valuable...
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  • Cases
    to the fire service. It was the property of London Transport Executive, whose practice it is to lend out jacks of this kind to various fire stations, and, perhaps, to other bodies, so that they can be on call in case of need. Thus, the jack was on loan to the defendants at this fire station. It is...
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  • Rebecca
    body in the hold. This discovery prompts Maxim to tell the heroine the truth: Rebecca was a malevolent, wicked woman, who lived a secret life and carried on multiple affairs, including one with her cousin, Jack Favell. On the night of her death, Maxim had demanded a divorce, and she had refused, and...
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  • Theworld
    and for England. The fact that chocolate (a child's treat) is going to be used in war (adult horror) adds further to McEwan's metaphor. Part One: Chapter Six and Seven Summary: Chapter 6 provides the reader with an intimate profile of Emily Tallis. We also learn a little more about Leon's life...
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  • The Importance of Being Earnest
    private and public life in upper-middle-class Victorian England. Algernon suspects Jack of leading a double life when the play opens, and he goads him, asking where he’s been. He asks Jack pointed questions about his house in Shropshire, knowing full well that Jack’s country estate isn’t in Shropshire...
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