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Vivid In Jack London's To Build A Fire

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Vivid is the word I would use when reading and evaluating a piece of literature by Jack London. London uses many elements of style, including realism, naturalism, determinism, and regionalism. Figurative language and symbolism help to create imagery for the reader. In “Love of Life”’ “To Build a Fire” and other stories by Jack London, life is precious and nothing can reach up to the price of living, this is shown by the man holding onto life by a thread through his experiences of nature vs man; the price of life can be taken for granted but should be known that it is priceless. Jack London was born on January 12, 1876 in San Francisco, California as John Griffith Chaney. His unwed mother Flora Wellman, and his father, believed to
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