Jack London (1876-1916) was an American writer. As a child, he spent long hours in the public libraries educating himself and resolving to become a writer. He worked in a cannery, on fishing boats, and as a gold miner in the Klondike. His varied experiences heavily influenced his writing and his politics. For much of his life London was a committed socialist.
The Abysmal Brute by Jack Londonby Jack London
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THE ABYSMAL BRUTE is a breezy tale showing the crookedness of the methods of prize-ring managers specially in fleecing the prize-ring public in betting. The hero is a successful young giant who has been trained by his father in the mountains, and who thinks the game is played square until enlightened by a young woman reporter. Then follows a whirlwind wooing, exposing of the frauds and retirement.
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