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Jack London Selected Works(Chinese Edition)

MEI ) JIE KE LUN DUN YI ZHE : LEI MING

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Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Pub Date: Unknown Publisher: Tianjin People's Publishing House (Jack London 1876 ~ 1916). American writer Jack London. Born bankruptcy peasant family. from childhood to sell their labor for a living. and have been selling newspapers. unloading. as child laborers. When the sailors. workers in the adult. went to the Alaska gold rush. got scurvy. From then on I had to go writing. becoming a professional writer. He wrote 19 novels. more than 150 short stories. and stories. three plays. as well as paper. close-up. Early works. a collection of short stories describing the northern gold digger life (including three of the son of the wolf collection 1900-1902. commonly known as Tales of the North); description of a set of close-up of the London poor living the abyss of the people (1903); depict bestiality the cruel and egoism novel The Sea Wolf (1904). Works to expose the drawbacks of a capitalist society. the performance of the indomitable will of the working people praise and sympathy for the misery of survival of the fittest ideology of social Darwinism and the philosophy of Nietzsche's Superman concept. 1890s. he participated in the socialist movement. to participate in the activities of the Socialist Party in 1905. here created some excellent works of realism. such as the call for the working class to put aside the fantasy. ready to adhere to the protracted armed struggle and political fiction iron heel (1908 The); realist depiction of the laborers origin and throw themselves into the sea to commit suicide due to disillusionment autobiographical novel Martin Eden (1909). The novel depicts the misery of the working people. showcasing the revolutionary struggle of the working class. to expose the hypocrisy of the bourgeois. snobbish and selfish. but the hero of the novel is the emphasis on personal will and divorced from the masses. Superman. To the late Jack London gradually separated from the social struggle. the pursuit of personal enjoyment. Although the creation of a ribs (1911). the deck below the canopy (1913). and other fine novels. also wrote No. mutiny (1914). Red Death (1915) and other works to slander the workers' movement and promotes world is not day. 1916 in the spirit of extreme boredom emptiness commit suicide.Four Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. N° de ref. de la librería EK027088

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Título: Jack London Selected Works(Chinese Edition)

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