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Jack London's 1903 The Call of the Wild was a sensation — it sold one million copies and made London the most popular American writer of his generation. He's shown above in 1916, shortly before his death at age 40. AP hide caption

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Jack London Believed 'Function Of Man Is To Live, Not To Exist'
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Wilderness Tales To Awaken Your Natural Spirit
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