The Call of the Wild Essay | "Call of the Wild" as a Spiritual Autobiography

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"Call of the Wild" as a Spiritual Autobiography

Summary: The following essay provides an argument that "Call of the Wild" is Jack London's autobiography.
Jack London is regarded as one of the most successful writers of his time, and continues to be read by many around the world today. His own life contributed greatly to his collection of short stories and fiction novels. Considered one of his greatest works is Call of the Wild of which there are hundreds of editions in more than fifty languages (Labor 357). Hartley Grattan describes this novel as "his spiritual autobiography-and best work" (259). Call of the Wild is London's autobiography portraying his experiences, revealing his philosophies, and conveying his "belief in the healing power of love" (Grattan 260).

London's life, relationships, travels, and experiences played an important role in the development of the setting and main character of Call of the Wild. Buck's character possesses attributes and reflects characteristics of London himself. London was born in San Francisco in 1876 to an unmarried...

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