The AIZEN (Society for the Study of Emile Zola and Naturalism) met on March 6-8 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Among the presentations were two on Jack London: Jeanne Campbell Reesman (University of Texas at… Continue reading
From Susan Nuernberg: Jack London’s Life in Autobiography and Biography Book Discussion Group This book discussion group, led by Susan Nuernberg, Ph.D. and Iris Jamahl Dunkle, Ph.D, is designed by and for people… Continue reading
Man Against Nature ‘Jack London: An American Life,’ by Earle Labor http://www.nytimes.com/2013/12/29/books/review/jack-london-an-american-life-by-earle-labor.html?pagewanted=1&_r=0 By HENRY GIARDINA Published: December 27, 2013 “The superficial reader will get the love story & the adventure,” Jack London wrote, in… Continue reading
From The New Yorker (subscription required for full article): Jack London never felt that he got enough meat. When he was seven, he stole a piece from a girl’s basket—an incident that he called “an… Continue reading
From http://www.npr.org/2013/10/17/230497660/jack-london-believed-function-of-man-is-to-live-not-to-exist Update: This report also includes a snippet from the only known recording of Jack London’s voice. A literary critic once remarked, “The greatest story Jack London ever wrote was the story he… Continue reading
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