• South of the Slot by Jack London
    South of the slot, by Jack London The slot is a metaphor of the "class cleavage of society". There was a contrast between the North and South of the Slot in terms of building types: in the North were the higher-class centers of diversion, lodging, and business; and in the South were the lower-cla...
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  • South on the Slot
    In the short story South of the Slot by Jack London, an iron crack runs down the center of Market Street. It is the twin slot that guides the horsecars on their way, similar to the famous cable car tracks in San Francisco. It also separates the northern commercial areas and good neighborhoods from...
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  • Jack London
    Jack London Jack London is one of the most famous American writers. He wrote many great books over his short lifetime. Many of his stories are about animals and nature, which most people can relate to. Because of his great stories, he was able to be a financial success. London's books are read i...
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  • Jack London
    "I wrote a thousand words every day" Jack London is the name you can hear everywhere, his writing appealed to millions of people all around the world. London was an American novelist and short-story writer, who wrote passionately about questions of life and death, surviving. The writer had a lot...
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  • The Call of Jack London
    The Call Of Jack London During a time when man had gold fever, and philosophical views plagued the minds of many, one man took these views and turned them into great outdoor adventures. John "Jack" Griffith London, a twentieth century author, wrote The Call of the Wild, other novels, and s...
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  • Jack London
    Jack London fought his way up out of the factories and waterfront dives of West Oakland to become the highest paid, most popular novelist and short story writer of his day. He wrote passionately and prolifically about the great questions of life and death, the struggle to survive with dignity and in...
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  • Literary Analysis of Stories by Jack London
    Literary Analysis of stories by Jack London For my author project on Jack London I read three of his books. I read The Sea Wolf, which is about the hardships of being out at sea. The Call of the Wild, Which is about a dog that is sent into the wild. White Fang, which is the opposite the call of...
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  • Jack London Research Paper
    The Fatal Battle of Man versus Nature In 1908, Jack London published his revised version of To Build a Fire. It was popular for many reasons, yet one attraction to the story was the predominant themes that he involved in all his stories. Within this story, the theme of man versus nature is predomi...
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  • Jack London
    [pic] Strikingly handsome, full of laughter, restless and courageous to a fault, always eager for adventure on land or sea, he was one of the most attractive and romantic figures of his time. Jack London ascribed his literary success largely to hard work - to "dig," as he put it. He tried never...
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  • Jack London
    Jack London (1876-1916) was easily the most successful and best-known writer inAmerica in the first decade of the 20th century. He is best known for his books,The Call of the Wild, White Fang, and The Sea-Wolf, and a few short stories,such as "To Build a Fire" and "The White Silence." He was aproduc...
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  • Jack London
    Jack London 1. Overview - Jack London (1876 –1916) was an American author, journalist, and social activist. He was the most successful writer in America in the early 20th Century. He belonged to naturalism and he was famous for Alaska. 2. Theme - He wrote passionately...
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  • Jack London
    American realism lecture powerpoint - Presentation Transcript 1. American Realism: 1850-1914 “ Division, Reconciliation, Expansion” 2. Navigation * Literary Movements * Author Bios * Slavery * Civil War * Westward Expansion * Urbanization 3....
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  • Jack London
    Jack London was, among other things, a socialist. How does his political orientation emerge in his work? Like most people in late 1800’s Jack London had to scratch and scrape to provide for himself, but unlike many he had a desire to learn and wanted to be educated. As he grew into adulthood he...
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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 be...
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  • Jack London
    Jack London Some say he was “the successor to Poe” (Unger). Was he truly the successor to Edgar Allen Poe? Jack London believed in a fine line between Social Darwinism and social justice, and individualism and socialism. He reflected his beliefs into all of his novels and stories. American wri...
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  • Jack London: to Build a Fire
    Introduction Jack London had already established himself as a popular writer when his story "To Build a Fire" appeared in the Century Magazine in 1908. This tale of an unnamed man's disastrous trek across the Yukon Territory near Alaska was well received at the time by readers and literary critic...
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  • The Representative of Superman of the Jack London Type
    The Representative of Superman of the Jack London Type ——An Analysis of Buck of the Call of the Wild ⅠIntroduction 1.1 Introducing the Author Jack London (1876-1916), American writer, who is best known for his stories of adventure set in the Yukon, was an naturalist w...
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  • Jack London Stories, the Red O
    The Red One Jack London was one of America’s greatest authors. His works were of tales from the unexplored savage lands of the Klondike to the cannibal infested Philippine Island chain of the vast Pacific, and even the far reaches of space and time. Jack London himself was a pioneer of...
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  • jack london
    one of the authors Chris McCandless admired very much was Jack London. Jack London was an American author, journalist and a social activist. he was born on January 12,1876 in san Francisco, California and died in 1916. attended university of California at Berkeley. by the age of 30 he was...
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  • A Study of the Factors That Will Increase the Number of Chinese Tourist Visits to South Africa, with a Particular Reference to the Chinese Tourism Industry in Shanghai.
    A STUDY OF THE FACTORS THAT WILL INCREASE THE NUMBER OF CHINESE TOURIST VISITS TO SOUTH AFRICA, WITH A PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO THE CHINESE TOURISM INDUSTRY IN SHANGHAI. Grace H Gao A dissertation submitted in fulfilment of the requirements of the Master degree of Technology of Tourism and Hosp...
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