Annual Bibliography of Studies in Western American Literature

@article{Bullen1984AnnualBO,
  title={Annual Bibliography of Studies in Western American Literature},
  author={J. S. Bullen and J. S. P. H. L. W. J. H. A. R. Alsmeyer and J. S. P. H. L. W. J. H. A. R. Brunvand and J. S. A. F. R. W. T. J. Etulain and J. S. A. F. R. W. T. J. Lyon and J. Morrow and J. Murchie and J. S. P. H. L. W. J. H. A. R. Vorpahl},
  journal={Western American Literature},
  year={1984},
  volume={5},
  pages={289 - 300}
}
W hat London seems to be suggesting, then, in “T o Build a Fire,” is not any kind of animalistic return for man to a presymbolic state of existence in order to survive; on the contrary, he seems to strongly imply that animals survive through instinct; men of limited mental capacity fail; and that human beings who exercise good judgment, tempered with emotional insights are the human beings who win out over a hostile environment. J a m e s K . B o w e n , Southern Oregon College 

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