The Sea-Wolf Essay | The Cruelty of Wolf Larson in "Seawolf"

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The Cruelty of Wolf Larson in "Seawolf"

Summary: In can be argued that the character of Wolf Larson in "Seawolf" by Jack London is blameless because of his upbringing. But because he is intelligent and cunning, his cruelty to his men is not forgivable.
I read the book Seawolf, which is a non-fiction story. The author of this classical story is Jack London. Most of this story takes place on a schooner called the Ghost. In the beginning of the story, the main character, Humphrey Van Weyden is on a ship called the Martinez. After the ship crashes he is lost at sea until Wolf Larson, the captain of the Ghost spots him and tells his men to bring him on board. Most of the men on the ship were harsh and rude and they knew how to handle life at sea with Wolf Larson. Van Heyden was a poor little rich boy who always had everything handed to him. He was an Englishman who never worked once in his life. As the story goes on Humphrey Van Weyden learns the brutality of men.

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