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From: Concord Saunterer[(essay date 2006) In the following essay, Wright determines Henry David Thoreau's influence on London's "The Night-Born."] The title of Jack London's short story "The Night-Born" comes from a passage in Henry David...
From: Jack London: One Hundred Years a Writer[(essay date 2002) In the following essay, Berkove characterizes London's later fiction as "intellectually sophisticated and surprisingly subtle," providing a fresh opportunity for readers and critics to assess his...
From: Jack London's Strong Truths[(essay date 1975) In the following essay, originally published in 1975, McClintock investigates the influence of contemporary psychoanalytic theory--particularly Jung's Psychology of the Unconscious--on London's 1916...
From: Jack London[(essay date 1994) In the following essay, Labor and Reesman contend that the short fiction of London's Jungian period is characterized by originality, openness to new ideas, and a view of women that alienated him from...
From: Jack London: A Study of the Short Fiction[(essay date 1999) In the following essay, Reesman discusses London as a radically experimental writer who was able to successfully convey unusual characters, settings, and subject matter during his short but prolific...
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