'“The Beautiful and True and Good“?: Culture, Race, and Nation in The People of the Abyss.' Symbiosis, 3.2 (October 1999) 131—42

Author: Gair, Chris

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This essay on Jack London's London was first published in Symbiosis: a Journal of Anglo-American Literary Relations
 
 
 
 

Essay Topics and Keywords:

Culture; Race; Nation; Jack London; The People of the Abyss, American and English slums, Jacob Riis, poverty, New York's Lower East Side, How the Other Half Lives, 'Darkest Africa', Heart of Darkness

About the author

Chris Gair is founding co-editor of Symbiosis and an authority on Jack London and other modern American writing.

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'“The Beautiful and True and Good“?: Culture, Race, and Nation in The People of the Abyss.' Symbiosis, 3.2 (October 1999) 131—42

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