The most ambitious biography ever made about the “master of adventure”. To commemorate his 100th death anniversary, let’s unfold his outstanding fate and how it reflects a turning point in American history, as Jack London participated in all its major political, cultural and social evolutions.
Jack London: An American Adventure
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01: First Period 1876-1905
Jack London, the world-famous author of The Call of the Wild, White Fang, or Martin Eden, became one of the greatest American figures. Born in a life of poverty, London always had a drive for adventure. This first episode delves deep into the early life of this American legend.
02: Second Period 1905-1916
After separating with his first wife, London's adventure continues. He writes White Fang and decides it it time once again to take political stances. He also continues his journey out in the wild west, and even around the world.