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Jack London
12. Januar 1876 San Francisco – 22. November 1916 Glen Ellen, Kalifornien
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London Burning Daylight [Lockruf des Goldes]
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LondonJack London, by a group of German Jack London afficionados and experts, along with direct descendants of Jack London and other members of Jack London's family
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LondonThe Complete Short Stories of Jack London
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LondonHendricks, King (1966): "Jack London: Master Craftsman of the Short Story". USU Faculty Honor Lectures. Paper 29.
LondonJoseph Sciambra: "The Philosophy of Jack London"
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Higginson, Ian N. (1998): “Jack London’s Klondike speculation: capitalist critique and the sled as heterotopia in »The call of the wild«”. Polar Record 34, S. 317-332.
Hopkins, Lisa (2003): “Jack London's Evolutionary Hierarchies: Dogs, Wolves, and Men”.
In: Lois A. Cuddy, Claire M. Roche, Hg.: Evolution and Eugenics in American Literature and Culture, 1880-1940: Essays on Ideological Conflict and Complicity. Bucknell UP, 2003.  S. 89-101.
Kratzke, Peter (1995): “Jack London’s Optimistic View of the Law: A Reading of »The Son of the Wolf«”. Studies in Short Fiction 32:1, S. 67-74.
Stanley, David H. (1984): „Jack London’s Biographical Legend”. American Literary Realism, 1870-1910 17:1, S. 67-88.
Martin, Stoddard (1983): California Writers: Jack London - John Steinbeck - The Tough Guys. New York: St.Martin’s Press.
Walker, Dale L. (1967): „Jack London (1876-1916)”. American Literary Realism, 1870-1910 1:1, S. 71-78.
Williams, James (1991): “The Composition of Jack London’s Writings”. American Literary Realism, 1870-1910 23:2, S. 64-86.
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