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Jack London (1876–1916) published an enormous number of stories and novels, including The Call of the Wild, White Fang, and Martin Eden.
Jonathan Auerbach is a professor of English at the University of Maryland at College Park.</div>
prescient, harkening to a point in history when a fork was made; the timeless struggle of values and social theory very much relevant to our current situation.Published 17 days ago by james shea
The Iron Heel is a science fiction book written in 1906 about the future ( around 1932). However, unlike most science fiction, this focused on politics rather than technological... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Amazon Customer
The fight against corporate fascists have been going on for a very long time, Jack London's Iron Heel shows the battle that is still waging between those in power and those whose... Read morePublished 2 months ago by E. Wallach
Tells the master class where to go. Tells the capitalist pigs where to go. Tells the plutocrats where to go. Makes you feel proud to be a member of the working class. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
While interesting and a worthwhile read for a historical perspective of the socialist thinking of the early 20th century, the superficiality of that thinking is glaringly apparent. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jeffrey Knox
Love this book. It's almost like reading current event but written 100 years ago. I'm also partial to references in books to the SF Bay Area, It's where I've lived my entire lifePublished 5 months ago by Al Phillips
London at his most political. A great novel of Socialism and Capitalism at war. Think Orwell, "A boot stamping on a human face forever."Published 9 months ago by Edward Vaughn