Jack London's Strong Truths

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INDEX
A
Acorn Planter, The ( London), 190n. 280
"actuality": and idealism, 144, 154; in London's fiction, xi, 39, 42, 54; in Malemute Kid tales, 58-78; in Northland stories, 50-51. See also realism; romance
adventure: stories popularity, 3-`7; London's apprenticeship and, 10- 33, 54, 75; masculine and London, 12; "true", 158, 172. See also magazines; racism
Alaska, as naturalistic symbolism, 49- 50, 82. See also Klondike
Alaska stories, characterized, 141. See also Children of the Frost; Faith of Men and Other Stories, The; God of His Fathers, The; Lost Face; Love of Life and Other Stories, The; Northland tales; Son of the Wolf, The
alcohol, 47, 144. See also John Barleycorn
Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, 15
allegorical rhetoric, 32
"Aloha Oe", 137, 188n. 251
"Amateur Night" ( London), 17
"American Kipling", 7
American Short Story of the Twenties ( Wright), 74, 110, 142
Anatomy of Criticism ( Frye), 173-74
Andrews, E. F., 38-39
anti-Semitism, 144
"Apostate, The", 123, 128-29, 131
Applegarth, Mabel: and London correspondence, 8; and marriage to London, 177n. 32; as model for Martin Eden's Ruth, 177n. 32
"apprenticeship" of London's growth, 8-33, 100
"art of omission" ( London's), 191n. 297
artist: as propagandist, 124-25, 126; social role of, 125
Atlantic Monthly (magazine), 4
"At the Rainbow's End" ( London), 178n. 58; construction of, 16; flawed, 95
autobiographical form, 36; and Jungian fantasy, 157-59, 165-67; London's, 3, 40, 46, 54, 58-59, 121, 156; and London's psychology interest, 152, 166-169. See also Martin Eden
awards and prizes, 3
B
Baker, Ray Stannard, 6
Barrett, Charles R., 13, 19, 25, 29, 131, 144, 178n. 49; on Kipling, 20
Baskett, Sam, 49, 83, 93
"Batard": analogy in, 108; horror in, 110-12, 113, 173
Becker, George, 98
Before Adam ( London), 155
Berthoff, Warner, 80
"black-birding", 133, 134, 188n. 254

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