Monday, January 27, 2014
Jack London: An American Life
Peter Hannaford offers a review of Earle Labor's Jack London: An American Life in the Washington Times.
What a life. What a man. What a book.
Only superlatives can describe this definitive biography of the nation’s most popular and successful novelist of the early 20th century. While some of his books, such as “The Call of the Wild” have been continuously in print ever since, he is no longer the subject of critical study in college English courses, although his work is worthy of it.
Earle Labor has devoted much of a lifetime to the study of London and his works and has given us a book so meticulous in its fast-moving detail that the reader feels he is almost at London’s side.
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