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Barker, James H. Always Getting Ready/Upterrlainarluta: Yup'ik Eskimo Subsistence in Southwest Alaska, Seattle:

University of Washington Press, 1993, pp. 13, 118. Barltrop, Robert. "The Materials of Fame," in his Jack London: The Man, the Writer, the Rebel, Pluto Press, 1976, pp. 179-91.

Komarnitsky, S. J. "Grandparents, Child Freeze to Death." Anchorage Daily News, Vol. 51, January 19, 1996, A1, A12.

Labor, Earle, and King Hendricks. "Jack London's Twice- Told Tale," in Studies in Short Fiction, Vol. 4, Summer, 1967, pp. 334-41.

Labor, Earle, and Jeanne Campbell Reesman. "The Literary Frontiersman," in Jack London, edited by Nancy A. Walker, rev. ed., New York: Twayne, 1994, pp. 18-48.

Lundquist, James. "Meditations on Man and Beast," in his Jack London: Adventures, Ideas, and Fiction, The Ungar Publishing Company, 1987, pp. 77-113.

Perry, John. Jack London: An American Myth, Nelson- Hall, 1981.

Sinclair, Andrew. "The Beauty Ranch," in his Jack: A Biography of Jack London, Harper and Row, 1977, pp. 159-69.

Stark, Peter. "Death by...

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