- Beyond the Abyss: Jack London and the Working Class. Paul, Ronald // Nordic Journal of English Studies;Nov2010, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p25
The article focuses on Jack London's work and individuality as an author. It notes that London inhabited an uneasy social position as his work crosses the boundaries between popular readership and academic recognition. It examines London's book entitled "The People of the Abyss" to explore the...
- The Cruise of the Snark. Rogers, Michael // Library Journal;6/15/2004, Vol. 129 Issue 11, p111
Reviews the book "The Cruise of the Snark," by Jack London.
- London's The Mutiny of the Elsinore: A Tragic Allegory of the Whole Proletarian Destiny. Hamad, Abdulsalam // IUP Journal of English Studies;Jun2013, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p7
Although almost critical consensus claims that The Mutiny of the Elsinore is London's worst novel, it can be argued that it really is a novel of exceptional force, thematically, symbolically and structurally. This paper, however, seeks to show that London's art as a novelist in the novel is to...
- Jesus as a Cultural Weapon in the Work of Jack London. Bembridge, Steven // Studies in American Naturalism;Summer2015, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p22
An essay is presented on author Jack London and his integration of Jesus Christ on his work. It provides a brief overview of London's family background, his attitude towards religion, and his conception of Christ over the course of six works like "The God of His Fathers," "The People of the...
- Oakland, Jack London, and Me. // Atlantic;Jun2008, Vol. 301 Issue 5, p114
The article reviews the book "Oakland, Jack London, and Me," by Eric Miles Williamson.
- Wolf: The Lives of Jack London. Hayes, Kevin J. // Studies in American Naturalism;Winter2010, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p199
The article reviews the book "Wolf: The Lives of Jack London," by James L. Haley.
- John Barleycorn. // America;9/13/1913, Vol. 9 Issue 23, p546
The article reviews the book "John Barleycorn," by Jack London.
- Recent Publications. // New Republic;11/11/16, Vol. 9 Issue 106, p55
Reviews the book "The Turtles of Tasman," by Jack London.
- Male Call. Briscoe, Erica // Cambridge Quarterly;1998, Vol. XXVII Issue 3, p270
The article reviews the book "Male Call: Becoming Jack London" by Jonathan Auerbach.