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Lost Face: Lost Face, Trust, That Spot, Flush of Gold, The Passing of Marcus O'Brien, The Wit of Porportuk, To Build a Fire (Pine Street Books)
At his peak, about the time this collection was first published in 1910, Jack London was the highest-paid and perhaps the most popular living American writer. Lost Face consists of seven short works, including the title story and his finest and best-known short story, "To Build a Fire." Now in paperback for the first time, this collection appears as it was originally published.
Jack London grew up in poverty, educated himself through public libraries, and, in addition to writing, devoted his life to promoting socialism (although he eventually resigned from the Socialist Party). Despite his financial and critical success, in the end he succumbed to alcoholism and depression and died of a drug overdose. During the 1898 gold rush, London traveled to the Klondike to seek his fortune. It was this experience that had the most profound effect on his writing. Not only did he mine the far north environment for subject matter (and all the stories in Lost Face take place in the Yukon), but his laconic style drew upon its cold harshness and loneliness, where people and beasts had to work together or against each other for survival. London's stories are treasured for their insights into the psychology of both people and animals—particularly dogs—and Lost Face is a brilliant collection of some of the finest examples of London's craft.
Space Needle, Seattle, Washington State, USA
The Space Needle is a tower in Seattle, Washington, and is a major landmark of the Pacific Northwest region of the United States and a symbol of Seattle. Located at the Seattle Center, it was built for the 1962 World's Fair.The Space Needle is 605 feet (184 m) high at its highest point and 138 feet (42 m) wide at its widest point and weighs 9,550 tons. - wiki
Seattle is such a wonderful place... the skyline is beautiful, and the mountains are perfect for skiing!
He's not a Flickr member, but I'd like to thank my very good friend Aaron and his wonderful wife Celine for adopting me. haha!
Oh, by the way, this photo is a vertorama from 35 photos. :) have a great weekend everyone!
The Ahwahneechee still guard the Valley
The Ahwahnee Hotel showcases many Yosemite Valley Indian paintings in its decor. I felt a little goosebumpy standing there, thinking how native peoples would feel if they could stand there today. So I tried to superimpose one of the Ahwahneechee symbols onto my photo. I know it didn't really work, but hey! It's Sliders Sunday! Anything goes, right?
Ahwahneechee means "People of Ahwahnee," the native name for Yosemite Valley. Ahwahnee meant "mouth" because the way the mountain walls open up to reveal the valley resembled a giant bear's open mouth to them.
It's a beautiful spot. The Ahwahneechee - and the subsequent white men - chose well.
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