The Sea-Wolf by Jack London

"The Sea-Wolf" is a gripping adventure novel that tells the story of a refined literary critic who is rescued from a shipwreck by a brutal sea captain. The protagonist is forced to adapt to the harsh life of a sailor while clashing with the captain, a cruel and amoral man who believes in the survival of the fittest. As the narrative progresses, the protagonist not only survives but thrives, proving that gentleness and civilization are not signs of weakness. Eventually, he manages to escape the ship with a woman who was also rescued, and they end up stranded on a deserted island where they fall in love and start a new life.

The 3248th greatest book of all time


Published
1904
Nationality
American
Type
Fiction
Pages
200-400
Words
79,931
Original Language
English

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