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Martin Eden certainly reminds a modern reader of this fact.
Then imagine again a mind obssessed with knowledge, a body hungry for love and a soul agonized from the vice of humanity-that is the plight and tragedy of Martin Eden.
I was astonished by the high quality of the concepts explored, clear prose, wonderful character development, and the unfolding tragedy of the plot.
The paperback copy I received as a gift for my teenage daughter was an extreme disappointment. The type size was so small it is unreadable! Read morePublished 2 months ago by antonia de luise
It is with reading this novel, began my acquaintance with the works of Jack London. Martin Eden is a tragic story about the sailor Martin. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Griffin Garcon
Interesting Jack London read, probably more-or-less autobiographical. Good, quick service, thanks.Published 5 months ago by Pete Compton
What a great story. Recommended by no less a personage than Peter O'Toole, it's a strong commentary on the lack of depth in society.Published 8 months ago by G.R MISCAMBLE
Very poor mass mkt formatting taken to a ridiculous extreme with absurdly small type, only made worse on larger "trade" paper size. Not at all user-friendly.Published 11 months ago by Eric
This is my favorite novel of all time and I am very pleased with the mint condition it was in when I bought it. Great booksellerPublished 22 months ago by Anthony R. Mendivil
This novel is a brilliant portrait of the artist as poor, self-educated young man in and around San Francisco in the early 1900s. Read morePublished on November 18, 2012 by Andrew Wainwright