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Soulmaker: The Times of Lewis Hine by Alexander Nemerov (review)

Soulmaker: The Times of Lewis Hine by Alexander Nemerov (review) Reviews ful of the efforts of Reesman, Hodson, and Adam and their careful and groundbreaking research. Given that the book is priced lower than Jack London: Photographer, it is likely to be purchased by unsuspecting readers with an interest in London's photography. I would encourage others to not purchase this book, and to recommend that their libraries and colleagues avoid acquiring it for their collections. Heather Waldroup is Associate Director of the Honors College and Professor of Art History at Appalachian State University. Her publications include works in History of Photography, Photography and Culture, Modernism/Modernity, Journeys, and Women's History Review. WORKS CITED Contrasto. http://www.italbooks.com/company/contrasto. "Jack London--The Paths Men Take." Booktrailer. Contrasto Video. https://vimeo .com/171414677. Labor, Earle. Jack London: An American Life. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2013. Raskin, Jonah. "Jack London, The Beatles, and Italy: An Interview with Davide Sapienza by Jonah Raskin." Jack London Society. https://jacklondonsociety. org/2016/10/02/jack-london-the-beatles-and-italy-an-interview-with-davide -sapienza-by-jonah-raskin/. Reesman, Jeanne Campbell, Sara S. Hodson, and Philip Adam. Jack London, Photographer. Athens and London: U of Georgia P, 2010. Sapienza, Davide. "Jack London, `I Would Rather Live.'" Jack London: The Paths Men Take. Ed. Alessia Tagliaventi. Rome: Contrasto, 2016. 9­35. Tagliaventi, Alessia, ed. Jack London: The Paths http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Studies in American Naturalism University of Nebraska Press

Soulmaker: The Times of Lewis Hine by Alexander Nemerov (review)

Studies in American Naturalism , Volume 11 (1) – Mar 1, 2016

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Reviews ful of the efforts of Reesman, Hodson, and Adam and their careful and groundbreaking research. Given that the book is priced lower than Jack London: Photographer, it is likely to be purchased by unsuspecting readers with an interest in London's photography. I would encourage others to not purchase this book, and to recommend that their libraries and colleagues avoid acquiring it for their collections. Heather Waldroup is Associate Director of the Honors College and Professor of Art History at Appalachian State University. Her publications include works in History of Photography, Photography and Culture, Modernism/Modernity, Journeys, and Women's History Review. WORKS CITED Contrasto. http://www.italbooks.com/company/contrasto. "Jack London--The Paths Men Take." Booktrailer. Contrasto Video. https://vimeo .com/171414677. Labor, Earle. Jack London: An American Life. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2013. Raskin, Jonah. "Jack London, The Beatles, and Italy: An Interview with Davide Sapienza by Jonah Raskin." Jack London Society. https://jacklondonsociety. org/2016/10/02/jack-london-the-beatles-and-italy-an-interview-with-davide -sapienza-by-jonah-raskin/. Reesman, Jeanne Campbell, Sara S. Hodson, and Philip Adam. Jack London, Photographer. Athens and London: U of Georgia P, 2010. Sapienza, Davide. "Jack London, `I Would Rather Live.'" Jack London: The Paths Men Take. Ed. Alessia Tagliaventi. Rome: Contrasto, 2016. 9­35. Tagliaventi, Alessia, ed. Jack London: The Paths

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