|物理形態：||304 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.|
|シリーズタイトル：||World's best reading.|
|責任者：||Jack London ; illustrations by W.J. Aylward ; afterword by John L. Cobbs.|
Light-weight philosophical sea adventure, ELC review
Jack London confessed freely to writing for the primary purpose of maximizing his income, so we should not be surprised if his prose is a bit slapdash and not much of a challenge to the reader. It is certainly not intentionally obscure, and he was probably proud of its lack of elitism, given...
Appreciation for the Sea
Jack London’s novel, The Sea Wolf, is an adventurous and intriguing tale of the sea. London describes beautifully how a man can cherish everything the sea has to offer. In the novel, Humphrey is a thirty-five year old man who never had to do any sort of physically labor in his life. One day,...
When I first picked up this novel, I was ready to put it back on the shaelf after the first page. I loved London's other novels, but I was skeptic as to whether or not I would be able to keep up with this book's pace and the dictions/rhetoric used throughout it. However, I was gravely wrong and The...
- Sealers (Persons) -- Fiction.
- Arctic regions -- Fiction.
- Sealing ships -- Fiction.
- Ship captains -- Fiction.
- Sealers (Persons)
- Sealing ships.
- Ship captains.
- Arctic Regions.
- Survival after airplane accidents, shipwrecks, etc. -- Fiction.
- Sea stories.
- Arctic Regions -- Fiction
- Sea stories
- Sealers (Persons) -- Fiction
- Sealing ships -- Fiction
- Ship captains -- Fiction