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Jack London

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Transcript of Jack London

Fun Facts
-London became a sailor at a young age
-He owned his own custom ship called the Snark (1906-1907)
-Advocate of Socialism




Awards
The Jack London Award for Educational Innovation is an award given in London's name for creative innovation

London won a local writing contest that essentially set off his career as a writer

London was not awarded any major awards until after his death

The Call of the Wild, was awarded the Newberry Medal in 1931.


Other Works
The Call of the Wild
White Fang
The Sea Wolf
Martin Eden
The Iron Heel
The Star Rover
The Scarlet Plague
Plays:
The Acorn-Planter: A California Forest Play
Daughters of the Rich: One Act Play
Gold
Scorn of Women
Childhood
- Born January 12, 1876 in San Francisco, CA
- Grew up without his birth father
He was mainly raised by his mother, Flora Wellman and step father, John London.
-Was the youngest of five

And all the while the dog sat and watched him, a certain yearning wistfulness in its eyes, for it looked upon him as the fire provider, and the fire was slow in coming (London 25).
Jack London
Literary Devices:
Allusion
Imagery:
Suspense

Adulthood
Plot
-He was well known for being a romantic very attractive figure of his time
-He went to the Yukon in Alaska for the gold rush and wrote about his adventures from there
-He wrote for Overland Monthly; jump starting his career of journalism
-From here on London wrote at least 1000 words a day
Home Life
Climax:
When the man dies
Resolution:
The dog senses death and leaves the man, running to the camp.
Theme:
Don't travel alone. Man vs. Nature.
Right and wrong. Take proper precautions.

-Jack London first married Bess Maddern in 1900
-Primarily to have genetically beneficial babies.
-They had two daughters Joan and Bess
-Their marriage lasted five years
-In 1906 Jack married the love of his life Charmian Kittredge
Final Days
-London was an intense alcoholic

-London died at age 40 in Glen Ellen, CA

-His death was very controversial, some people think it was suicide others thought he drank himself to death, and some believe he died of kidney failure

Works Sited
"Jack London." Encyclopedia of World Biography. 2004. Encyclopedia.com. 3 Sep. 2014 <http://www.encyclopedia.com>.
"London, Jack." UXL Encyclopedia of World Biography. 2003. Encyclopedia.com. (September 3, 2014). http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1G2-3437500486.html
"Jack London." Bio. A&E Television Networks, 2014. Web. 05 Sep. 2014. http://www.biography.com/people/jack-london-9385499#final-years
"Jack London: Writings." Jack London: Writings. Web. 3 Sept. 2014

Pictures of Jack London
Jack London's
dog was
named
Buddy Boy
Man dies from cold
Dog sniffs man
Dog smells death
Dog moves to Henderson Creek for food/warmth
Lesson:
Man must respect nature or die
"To Build a Fire" By: Jack London
Meet man/dog
Dog knows not to go
Man gets wet-danger
Man builds fire-dry
Snow puts out fire
Man tries again
Can't light fire-frostbite
Man runs/ wants to kill dog
Realizes death
Man wants to go
The man
Nature
The Yukon trail - Alaska
Klondike Gold Rush - 1896
The underestimation of nature and the belief the man can survive such cold
Man vs. Nature
Theme:
-Man vs. Nature
-The objective power of facts
-Self-sacrifice
-Determinism
London with his two daughters
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