- Literature and Literary Studies
- Literature History and Criticism
- Fiction, Novelists and Prose Writers
Complicity and Resistance in Jack London's Novels: From Naturalism to Nature (Studies in American Literature v. 22)By: Christopher Gair (author)Hardback
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DescriptionThis study presents Jack London's novels as representations of a particular moment in American history, situating this attention within the wider project of historical understanding. There is an historical overview, followed by readings of London's most important novels. The study illuminates the constant tension in London's work between dominant and counterhegemonic voices, arguing that it is this tension that makes his fiction such a rich resource for the cultural historian.
- publication date: 31/03/1997
- ISBN13: 9780773487192
- Format: Hardback
- Number Of Pages: 252
- ID: 9780773487192
- ISBN10: 0773487190
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