Jack London | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Jeanne Campbell Reesman

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This literature criticism consists of approximately 29 pages of analysis & critique of Jack London.
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Critical Essay by Jeanne Campbell Reesman

SOURCE: Reesman, Jeanne Campbell. “‘Never Travel Alone’: Naturalism, Jack London, and the White Silence.” American Literary Realism 1870-1910 29, no. 2 (winter 1997): 33-49.

In the following essay, Reesman explores the naturalistic nature of Jack London's fiction.

The afternoon wore on, and with the awe, born of the White Silence, the voiceless travelers bent to their work. Nature has many tricks wherewith she convinces man of his finity,—the ceaseless flow of the tides, the fury of the storm, the shock of the earthquake, the long roll of heaven's artillery,—but the most tremendous, the most stupefying of all, is the White Silence. All movement ceases, the sky clears, the heavens are as brass; the slightest whisper seems sacrilege, and man becomes timid, affrighted at the sound of his own...

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