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Jack London.
The Paths Men Take.

Photographs and text by Jack London. Text by Davide Sapienza. Edited by Alessia Tagliaventi.
Contrasto, Catania, Italy, 2016. In English. 196 pp., 69 black-and-white illustrations, 6½x9".

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This unique book combines long excerpts of Jack London's literature with a copious amount of his photographs. It beautifully juxtaposes his worldwide famous literature with his incredible photographs, creating a dialogue between the visual and literary arts and building towards a complete understanding of the eclectic and versatile artist London. The texts collected in the book are excerpts of some of the author's books: The People of the Abyss (1903); The Russo-Japanese War (1904), with two articles from the San Francisco Examiner; The San Francisco Earthquake (1906); and The Cruise of the Snark. Sixty-nine black and white photographs of his adventures join the texts creating the artistic connection between visual and literary art that lies at the roots of London's art.

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