Jack London is a novelist, journalist, story and essay writer. Jack London was truely an amazing individual. Even though he was born into an unstable family. He was an intelligent and prolific writer. Jack London changed literature forever. He is the starting point for many remarkable writer throughout history.
Jack London was born on January 12 th 1876 (Tennent 1).
His mother, Flora Wellman married John London and moved to Oakland California (Dyer 24).
Jack began elementary school in 1882 in Alameda. London’s family tended to move around a lot. His life style was somewhat scrambled around. From Alameda they moved to Livermore Valley, where he discovers his first book.
This was also the starting point of Jacks amazing journal through life. A while later his family decided to move back to Oakland, where young Jack London finds the free Oakland library (Dyer 30).
He was lucky and was guided to become an avid reader. Many children couldn’t read as well as London could, he was very gifted.
He was a determined young man, and he did everything in his power to accomplish everything that he desired. In 1888 being 12 years old, Jack London sailed around the San Francisco Bay (Wilson 1).
In 1895 London attended Oakland high school and he completed his high school education in 18 months. He was an extremely intelligent individual. He decided to take writing as a profession. Jack London married his tutor Bessie and published the books, Son of the Wolf and The God of His Father (Tennent 5).
Jack London was a prolific writer; over the period from 1899 until his death in 1916, he wrote 50 books and over 1,000 articles. Though he was made most famous by his stories of the Klondike, he wrote on subjects ranging from boxing to romance, from survival in the Arctic to labour strife in Australia. He led a harsh, erratic life; born illegitimate, raised as a poor "work beast", constantly ...
London then started to write his first novel, The Daughter of the Snows (Tennent 7).
He was hooked from then on and wrote a dramatic amount of books and novels. Jack London experienced a lot throughout his complicated life. London fell in love with Charmin (Dyer 56).
He then published, War of the Classes, The Game, and Tales of the Fish Patrol (Wilson 6).
Jack London spoke at many collages but he had to stop after becoming ill.
He seemed to have been into what the consumers wanted and mended to their needs. He published, White Fang, Moon Face and Scorn of a Woman. White fang is a book that many high school students read and enjoy very much. In which were all published at this point in time. Jack London wrote an exceedingly amount of books. Jack London moved to Hawaii and then became critically sick.
He actually brought a lot to the world of literature. Jack started to suffer severe rheumatism (Dyer 125).
He makes an effort to start and improve his health. It was hard for many people to see such an amazing writer go to waste. But unfortunately it didn’t get any better. His death certificate states that he died of uremia and renal colic (Dyer 125).
He died on 1916 (Wilson 1).
He wrote very much and I greatly respected for his work. Jack London was only 40 when he passed away (Dyer 127).
He brought so much to literature. People today remain to read and admire his work. Jack London was an extraordinary writer.
He was an overachiever and did amazing things throughout his life span. London wrote over 50 books. Students in high school are reading his famous book The Call of the Wild. In which was extraordinarily fantastic. He did very much and everything he’s done is being taught all over the world.
Jack London is known everywhere for all that he has done and his books and novels have changes the face of literature for a life- time.