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Moon-Face by Jack London
Transcript of Moon-Face by Jack London
Born on a working-class family
Got married twice
Planned a seven-year voyage around the world with his second wife
Died because of kidney failure (some thought he committed suicide) "Moon-Face" "The Popular American Writer, Jack London (1876 - 1916) Who Was Successively Sailor, Tramp And Gold Miner Before He Took To Writing. His 'Call Of The Wild' And 'White Fang' Have Become Classics. (Photo By Hulton Archive/Getty Images)" -- Image Date: 1/1/1906 -- Image Date: 1/1/1906." (1906): Literary Image Collection. Web. 9 Feb. 2013.
Hamilton, David Mike. "Jack London." Critical Survey Of Long Fiction, FourthEdition (2010): 1-6. Literary Reference Center. Web. 5 Feb. 2013.
London, Jack. "Moon-Face." American Literature. N.p., n.d. Web. 5 Feb. 2013. <http://www.americanliterature.com/author/jack-london/short-story/moon-face>.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/31403417@N00/5236137917/sizes/o/ Quote #1 "For the first time we see a certain individual, one who the very instant before we did not dream existed; and yet, at the first moment of meeting, we say: "I do not like that man." Why do we not like him? Ah, we do not know why; we know only that we do not. We have taken a dislike, that is all. And so I with John Claverhouse." Quote #2 "It haunted me, gripped hold of me, and would not let me go." Quote #3 "...when I resolved to kill John Claverhouse I had it in mind to do so in such fashion that I should not look back upon it and feel ashamed." http://www.flickr.com/photos/31403417@N00/5236137917/sizes/o/