Jack London was one of the most popular and important American writers of the early twentieth century. London drew upon the breadth of his own amazing, real-life experiences to capture the imagination of the reading public like few other writers ever had before. In A STUDENT’S GUIDE TO JACK LONDON, the career of this literary giant is examined, offering accessible insight for readers. Each of his works is placed in historical and biographical context, with special emphasis placed on curriculum-related works. These include THE CALL OF THE WILD, WHITE FANG, and several other autobiographical works and short stories.