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Male Call: Becoming Jack London
(Modern Fiction Studies, 1996)
Presented here is a review by Donna Campbell analyzing the book: Jonathan Auerbach. Male Call: Becoming Jack London. Durham: Duke UP, 1996. x + 289 pp.
Jack London's Allegorical Landscapes: "The God of His Fathers," "The Priestly Prerogative"
(Literature and Belief, 2001)
Like that of many of his fellow naturalistic writers, Jack London's response to the question of belief throughout his life and career in both complex and paradoxical. Born to a spiritualist mother whose seances were part ...
"Have you read my 'Christ' story?": Mary Austin's The Man Jesus and London's The Star Rover
(The Call, 2012)
This article considers Christ stories written by authors Mary Austin and Jack London at the beginning of the twentieth century. That Austin, a mystic who believed she was in touch with Indian spirits, and London, an avowed ...