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From:American Literary Realism (Vol. 47, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedWhen he looked back now from his vantage-ground, the old world he had known, the world of land and sea and ships ... seemed a very small world; and yet it blended in with this new world and expanded. His mind made for...
From:Theory and Practice in Language Studies (Vol. 4, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedMartin Eden is a novel with a property of autobiography written by American realistic writer Jack London. Its main characteristic is the exposure of American society's hypocrisy and decay. The essay mainly discusses the...
From:American Writers: A Collection of Literary Biographies (Vol. 2: Ralph Waldo Emerson to Carson McCullers. )Introduction JACK LONDON lived at a time when a dramatically new set of ideas, growing out of the theory of evolution, was changing the course of men’s thinking. These ideas stimulated, frustrated, and tantalized...
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