I loved this book. It is great to have literary works like this one taking you to an era to which you unfortunately do not belong. As in "Ethan Frome", Mrs. Wharton manages to surprises us in the end.
Young Glendon was too innocent for this rotten world. Excellent read!
Each chapter made me know Jack London more and more and form new perspectives of life and human suffering.
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