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Jack London - American Writers 57

Jack London - American Writers 57: University of Minnesota Pamphlets on American Writers

CHARLES CHILD WALCUTT
Copyright Date: 1966
Edition: NED - New edition
Pages: 48
https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.5749/j.cttttxh6
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    Jack London - American Writers 57
    Book Description:

    Jack London. To meet a need which had been felt for some time both in the United States and abroad, the pamphlet series, the University of Minnesota Pamphlets on American Writers, was established in 1959. By providing readable critical introductions to American Writers, the pamphlets were designed to meet the needs and tastes of mature students and readers of imaginative literature throughout the world.

    eISBN: 978-0-8166-5251-8
    Subjects: History

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  1. Front Matter
    (pp. 1-4)
  2. Jack London
    (pp. 5-44)

    Jack London lived (1876-1916) at a time when a dramatically new set of ideas, growing out of the theory of evolution, was changing the course of men’s thinking. These ideas stimulated, frustrated, and tantalized London all his adult years. Charles Darwin and Herbert Spencer, messiahs of the new creed, became his intellectual mentors, along with Friedrich Nietzsche and Karl Marx. It might be said that London’s very real private struggle with life — which he dramatized in stories so arresting and exciting that they are still read over the world — became for him an epitome of the Darwinian Struggle for Existence,...

  3. Selected Bibliography
    (pp. 45-48)