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Jack London, child laborer, pirate, sailor, and prospector, rises from poverty to become the highest paid, most popular and most controversial author in the world. London’s character, love life, writings and personal philosophy are elucidated through interviews with leading scholars, his own photographs and vintage film clips. From the Klondike to The Far East to the South Seas his adventures, romances and political views make headlines worldwide.
Jack London and the African- American Community
Mary Rudge poet laureate of Alameda City discusses the influence of the African-American Community on the life and works of iconic American author Jack London.