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Before Adam (Paperback)

Author:  Jack London
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1843910977
ISBN-13: 9781843910978
Sku: 39959540
Publish Date: 10/30/2004
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 7.25H x 4.75L x 0.5T
Pages:  124
Age Range:  NA
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Tormented by a succession of terrifying dreams, the narrator is faced with the strange truth that his consciousness has become entwined with that of Big-Tooth, his mid-Pleistocene ancestor. Through these dream memories, he witnesses Big-Tooth's life as one of the "Folk" race--"a life without developed language, social structure, or fire. He sees, too, the Folks fierce battles for survival against the more advanced Fire People and the primitive Tree People. As he struggles to make sense of Big-Tooth's world, he begins questioning the very notion of eugenics, making "Before Adam one of the most pertinent works of its time. American writer Jack London (1876-1916) is the author of some of the finest naturalistic adventures stories of the 20thcentury, most memorably "The Call of the Wild.
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Jack London
John Griffith London came from a poor family and, as a boy, dropped out of school to sell newspapers and do odd jobs to survive. His father deserted the family and refused to acknowledge London as his son. The boy went to sea, was a gold miner in the Klondike, and worked as a war correspondent; he was also jailed for vagrancy, a traumatic experience that reinforced his deep distrust of the capitalist system and his embrace of socialism. London's fiction is imbued with the rugged living he experienced. During his prolific career, he wrote over 50 books: short stories, novels, and other works. Although enormously successful, London eventually went into debt, and was plagued by personal demons, including alcoholism. He suffered from kidney disease and died at the age of 40 of a morphine overdose that was probably intentional.

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