Martin Eden

Autore: Jack London
Editore: Trajectory Inc
ISBN: 1632095947
Grandezza: 63,85 MB
Formato: PDF
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Trajectory presents classics of world literature with 21st century features! Our original-text editions include the following visual enhancements to foster a deeper understanding of the work: Word Clouds at the start of each chapter highlight important words. Word, sentence, paragraph counts, and reading time help readers and teachers determine chapter complexity. Co-occurrence graphs depict character-to-character interactions as well character to place interactions. Sentiment indexes identify positive and negative trends in mood within each chapter. Frequency graphs help display the impact this book has had on popular culture since its original date of publication. Use Trajectory analytics to deepen comprehension, to provide a focus for discussions and writing assignments, and to engage new readers with some of the greatest stories ever told. "Martin Eden" by Jack London is a story about a young sailor in San Francisco who dreams of success and education.

Martin Eden

Autore: Jack London
Editore:
ISBN:
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Martin Eden

Autore: Jack London
Editore: Forgotten Books
ISBN: 9781451019988
Grandezza: 16,38 MB
Formato: PDF
Vista: 9564
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Martin Eden

Autore: Jack London
Editore:
ISBN:
Grandezza: 45,19 MB
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Spandex 7

Autore: Martin Eden
Editore: Titan Comics
ISBN: 1782767835
Grandezza: 37,64 MB
Formato: PDF, Mobi
Vista: 1765
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'O.M.F.GÕ Part Four (of Four): 'RevelationsÕ ItÕs the final part of 'O.M.F.G.Õ! How will the team Ð and the world Ð react to Issue 6Õs senses-shattering revelation? Can the team escape Les Girlz? WeÕre not telling you, but we will say that not everyone will survive the issueÉ Plus, a free 'Spandex Black & WhiteÕ mini-gallery, featuring renditions of the team by a multitude of indie talent! "The best indie comic of the year by far and one of the best comic books in general." Ð Geek Syndicate "If Marvel and DC were still publishing comics as good as this then I wouldnÕt have largely walked away from their output." Ð Broken Frontier "Spandex is one of the best original superhero comics in years. More than that, itÕs actually better than a lot of the stuff the Big Two is putting out at the moment. 9 out of 10." Ð Starburst Magazine

Martin Eden

Autore: Jack London
Editore: Hyweb Technology Co. Ltd.
ISBN:
Grandezza: 68,39 MB
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The semiautobiographical Martin Eden is perhaps the most vital and original character Jack London ever created. Set in San Francisco, this is the story of an impoverished seaman who pursues dreams of literary fame. By sheer force of will he educates himself and begins writing in earnest, hoping to acquire the respectability sought by his society-girl sweetheart. “Ambition soared on mad wings, and he saw himself climbing the heights with her, pleasuring in beautiful and noble things with her. It was a soul-possession he dreamed…” She spurns him when his writing is rejected by several magazines and even more so when he is falsely accused of being a socialist. Ultimately, he succeeds in becoming a celebrated author (this is London's autobiographical novel, published in 1909, when he was thirty-three and the most popular living writer in the world). After he achieves fame she tries to win him back, but Eden realizes her love is false. Aware that his quest for bourgeois respectability was indeed hollow, Eden travels to the South Seas as a sailor again. JACK LONDON (1876-1916) was an activist, journalist, short-story writer, novelist, and one of the most widely translated of American authors. London published over 50 books, and is most famous for The Sea Wolf, White Fang, The Call of the Wild, Martin Eden and The People of the Abyss.

Martin Eden And The Education Of Henry Adams

Autore: James Angell
Editore: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595390579
Grandezza: 36,43 MB
Formato: PDF, ePub, Mobi
Vista: 5192
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This volume argues that Jack London's Martin Eden and Henry Adams' The Education of Henry Adams are two of the first works in American literature to embody the motif of existentialism. The development of the existential dilemma in each work will be supported through references to earlier European existentialist writers, with Nietzsche as a focal point. The 19th century fin de siècle was a time of tremendous change, both materially and philosophically. The dawn of the last century was a time of great wealth and imperialistic expansion for Western civilization, but also a time in which the seeds were sown for later military conflict; the enormity of which the world had never witnessed before. From the vantage point of the post-World War years, the materialism of the fin de siècle was a decorative façade that concealed from view the underlying reality of the human abyss. The outbreak of the First World War changed all of that, and the two works examined here anticipated that change. Henry James described the underlying reality of the fin de siècle when he remarked: "To have to take it all now for what the treacherous years were all the while making for and meaning is too tragic for any words." Henry Adams and Jack London mirror this sentiment in their respective works by depicting the philosophical turbulence of the 19th century fin de siècle.

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Autore: Max Davison
Editore: Titan Comics
ISBN: 1782769129
Grandezza: 64,78 MB
Formato: PDF
Vista: 9830
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Martin Eden

Autore: T. Baron Russell
Editore: Best Classic Books
ISBN:
Grandezza: 76,60 MB
Formato: PDF, Docs
Vista: 5296
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Martin Eden

Autore: Frederic P Miller
Editore: Alphascript Publishing
ISBN: 9786135515800
Grandezza: 44,98 MB
Formato: PDF
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Martin Eden (1909) is a novel by American author Jack London, about a struggling young writer. It was first serialized in the Pacific Monthly magazine from September 1908 to September 1909, and subsequently published in book form by The Macmillan Company in September 1909. This book is a favorite among writers, who relate to Martin Eden's speculation that when he mailed off a manuscript, 'there was no human editor at the other end, but a mere cunning arrangement of cogs that changed the manuscript from one envelope to another and stuck on the stamps, ' returning it automatically with a rejection slip. While some readers believe there is some resemblance between them, an important difference between Jack London and Martin Eden is that Martin Eden rejects socialism (attacking it as 'slave morality'), and relies on a Nietzschean individualism.