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- Studies in American Naturalism
- University of Nebraska Press
- Punks, Prushuns, and Gay-Cats: Vulnerable Youth in the Work of Jack London and A-No.1 Volume 14, Number 1, Summer 2019, pp. 76-103
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This issue contains 7 articles in total
- Fleeing the City: Authorial Self-Construction in Jack London's The Road, Jack Kerouac's On the Road, and Cormac McCarthy's The Road
- Punks, Prushuns, and Gay-Cats: Vulnerable Youth in the Work of Jack London and A-No.1
- Time for the Self and Other in Jack London's The Road
- Being Beat: The Stern Reality of London's Tramp Diary and Kerouac's Road
- Human Document: Charmian London's Role in the Composition of The Road
- Hurdling the Social Pit: Contextualizing London's Tramp Diary
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