The author of such masterpieces as The Call of the Wild and White Fang, Jack London is one of American literature's most revered writers. In this semi-autobiographical tale, London tells the story of Martin Eden, a young sailor who, through self-education and determination, rises out of poverty to passionately pursue a dream of literary and intellectual achievement. But soon he discovers a life of success is not what he hoped it would be.
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