The Sea-Wolf

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Jack London., & Jack London|AUTHOR. (2021). The Sea-Wolf . Mint Editions.

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Jack London and Jack London|AUTHOR. 2021. The Sea-Wolf. Mint Editions.

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Jack London and Jack London|AUTHOR. The Sea-Wolf Mint Editions, 2021.

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Jack London, and Jack London|AUTHOR. The Sea-Wolf Mint Editions, 2021.

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    [synopsis] => The Sea-Wolf (1904) is an adventure novel by American writer Jack London. Inspired by his acquaintance Captain Alex MacLean, a sailor from the Pacific Northwest, London sought to write a novel of the high seas with psychological and philosophical underpinnings.

An intelligent scholar named Humphrey van Weyden boards a ferry in San Francisco. Lost in the fog, the Martinez collides with another ship, and van Weyden is tossed overboard. Afloat in the Bay, he is discovered and rescued by Wolf Larsen, a gruff captain of a seal-hunting vessel. Aboard the schooner Ghost, van Weyden finds himself conscripted as a cabin boy, and must quickly adjust to the rough nature of seafaring life while immuring himself to the rages and peculiarities of Larsen. When his disgruntled crew stages a mutiny in response to his abuses, the savvy and powerful captain overwhelms them, and van Weyden, now known as Hump, is promoted to mate. With a depleted crew, the Ghost continues on through the hunting season, but its troubles are far from over. The Sea-Wolf is a story set in some of Earth's harshest environments that brings two men from opposite positions in life together with one goal in mind: survival.

With a beautifully designed cover and professionally typeset manuscript, this edition of Jack London's The Sea-Wolf is a classic of American literature reimagined for modern readers.
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