Jack London Essay | Student Essay

Daniel Dyer
This student essay consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis of Jack London.
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Jack London - The Writer and The Man

Summary: Provides a brief biography of writer Jack London. Traces his transformation from a gold prospector to one of the most respected writers in American literature. Analyzes London's relationship with nature.
The history of Jack London as a writer began in 1897, when the gold was discovered in the north of America, in Klondike. Thousands of poor romantic men departed to Alaska looking for some adventures and fantastic riches. Jack London was among them.

It is necessary to say, that before becoming a gold-prospector Jack London tried many professions and jobs. The poverty did not allow him to get necessary education, but as they say his life became a real university for him. Jack London told us about it in his stories and novels.

Jack London did not grow rich Alaska, but he did find there the most valuable material for his works, thanks to that material he represented the North to his readers. Gold-prospectors and old Indian residents became the heroes of "Northern Stories." They lived in very difficult conditions and they struggled...

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