Deniz Kurdu



➜ [Epub] ❧ Deniz Kurdu By Jack London ➦ – E17streets4all.co.uk Jack London n b t n eserlerine bir simgeci nat ralizm rne i olan Deniz Kurdu ile devam ediyoruz Varl kl bir aileden gelen Humphrey Van Weyden, ge irdi i deniz kazas n n ard ndan Hayalet adl uskunan n Jack London n b t n eserlerine bir simgeci nat ralizm rne i olan Deniz Kurdu ile devam ediyoruz Varl kl bir aileden gelen Humphrey Van Weyden, ge irdi i deniz kazas n n ard ndan Hayalet adl uskunan n kaptan Wolf Larsen taraf ndan kurtar l r Bar l bir beyefendi olarak, iradesi d nda Larsen in hizmetine girmesiyle kendini iddet dolu ger ek d nya da bulacak bu deneyim onu elitist bir entelekt elden, cesur bir eylem adam na d n t recektir Van Weyden la Larsen aras ndaki at ma, yaln zca zay f olan n ezildi i bir d v de il, bir fikir sava d r ayn zamanda Hayat kutsal olarak g ren Van Weyden n idealizmiyle, var olmak d nda bir kayg ta mayan Wolf Larsen in materyalizmi aras ndaki kar tl k roman boyunca yinelenirken, Deniz Kurdu nu farkl d zeylerde okunabilecek bir yap t haline getirir Ancak, London n en b y k ba ar s hi ku kusuz ustal kla geli tirip ete kemi e b r nd rd unutulmaz Wolf Larsen karakteridir Nietzsche nin stinsan kavram n an t ran Wolf Larsen, Ambrose Bierce in de dikkat ekti i gibi, bir yazar n yaratabilece i en muazzam karakterlerden biridir.Deniz Kurdu

Jack London was an American novelist, journalist, social activist and short story writer whose works deal romantically with elemental struggles for survival At his peak, he was the highest paid and the most popular of all living writers Because of early financial difficulties, he was largely self educated past grammar schoolLondon drew heavily on his life experiences in his writing He spent time in the Klondike during the Gold Rush and at various times was an oyster pirate, a seaman, a sealer, and a hobo His first work was published in From there he went on to write such American classics as Call of the Wild, Sea Wolf, and White Fang.

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  1. says:

    this has gotta be one of the biggest piece of shit pulpy ridiculous shitshows of a novel ever and i freely admit that i love it yeah, that s right this is my Valley of the Dolls here s the deal an effete bookworm gets on a boat that crashes just off the san fransiscan coast and is scooped out of the water and brought onto the seal hunting Ghost, headed to Japan, and captained by Wolf Larson, the darkest, most demented and brutal guy to walk the planet this guy makes ahab, kurtz, and blig this has gotta be one of the biggest piece of shit pulpy ridiculous shitshows of a novel ever and i freely admit that i love it yeah, that s right this is my Valley of the Dolls here s the deal an effete bookworm gets on a boat that crashes just off the san fransiscan coast and is scooped out of the water and brought onto the seal hunting Ghost, headed to Japan, and captained by Wolf Larson, the darkest, most demented and brutal guy to walk the planet this guy makes ahab, kurtz, and bligh look like merril fucking stubing no shit and he s got a brother named Death Death Larson and Wolf Larson i mean, c mon Death Larsongolden bearded like a sea king six feet eight or nine inches in stature 240 pounds And there was no fat on him It was all bone and muscleour faithful narrator, one wait for it, wait for it Hump Van Weydon describes Wolf asnot immoral merely unmoralforget leopold, loeb, or raskalnikov Wolf Larson is the true nietzschean superman here s a typical bit of dialogue that Wolf happily spews while observing one of his crewmen Look at him, Hump Look at this bit of animated dust, this aggregation of matter that moves and breathes and defies me and thoroughly believes itself to be compounded of something good that is impressed with certain fictions such as righteousness and honesty in another scene, tofully express the idea that the human animal can never fully accept death even if the intellect believes it has, Wolf strangles Hump into unconsciousness while waxing philosophic on the old body mind dialectic purty cool through the course of the book, Wolf Larson beats the shit out of multiple men at once, climbs a ladder with attackers hanging off his arms back and legs, he beats the crap out of Hump, Johnson, Leach, Johanson, Cooky, and, yes, even Death Larson he beats up a shark yes a shark after tossing Mugridge overboard, Wolf spies a shark fin, and with a single arm he hoists Mugridge out the sharks leaps out of the water and bites off Mugridge s foot naturally, while the crew scrambles for a tourniquet, Wolf s gotta teach the shark a lesson later on, Wolf tries to set himself on fire, laughs when knives are thrown at him, and, finally, he fully enjoys it as his brain slowly shuts down yeah, you read that right unfortunately, the book gets kind of good y know, really good not, like, gloriously deranged good at the end when Hump, Maud Brewster the fast talking NYC poetess , and Wolf get shipwrecked on a tiny island inhabited by angry seals and some kind of mysterious neurological condition shuts down Wolf s body bit by bit eventually reducing him to a blind, deaf, mute, quadriplegic who conveys his profound and nihilistic joy at the universe s ultimate fuck you by flashing a crooked smile and tapping messages out with a single finger.you really gotta read this shit to believe it it s fucking great it s the book that Uma Thurman s character in Sweet and Lowdown would have written it s the book i wish i d written and i gotta profess a deep love for jack london multiple novels about dogs and now this fuck yes, man you are my hero i spent this past new year s at london s favorite bar, The First and Last Chance Saloon named such as it s right on the water the sailor s first chance to get drunk upon arrival and last chance upon departure , the very bar where jack london wrote The Sea Wolf explains a lot he must ve been shitfaced when he wrote this madhouse absofuckinglutely.well, don t know if i wanna give this five stars or one star, so i ll be a total pussy and give it three

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    The Sea Wolf, Jack LondonThe Sea Wolf is a 1904 psychological adventure novel by American novelist Jack London The book s protagonist, Humphrey van Weyden, is a literary critic who is a survivor of an ocean collision and who comes under the dominance of Wolf Larsen, the powerful and amoral sea captain who rescues him Its first printing of forty thousand copies was immediately sold out before publication on the strength of London s previous The Call of the Wild The Sea Wolf, Jack LondonThe Sea Wolf is a 1904 psychological adventure novel by American novelist Jack London The book s protagonist, Humphrey van Weyden, is a literary critic who is a survivor of an ocean collision and who comes under the dominance of Wolf Larsen, the powerful and amoral sea captain who rescues him Its first printing of forty thousand copies was immediately sold out before publication on the strength of London s previous The Call of the Wild 1972 1339 1345 415 320 280 1394 378 9786001215490 19 36 1362 264 1370 144 1386 1387 148 9789645967183 1388 978964262185913 212 1371 259 1904

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    Millionaire Humphrey van Weyden a bookish gentleman, who reads any was coming back from visiting a close friend in the East Bay shore Crossing the waters to San Francisco , again, his ferry boat collides in the thick fog with a steamer Quickly sinking her, the dilettante can t swim good thing he has a life preserver on going overboard amid piercing cries in the gloom, drifting in the chilly waters out through the Golden Gate before the bridge was built The tides and winds sweeping Millionaire Humphrey van Weyden a bookish gentleman, who reads any was coming back from visiting a close friend in the East Bay shore Crossing the waters to San Francisco , again, his ferry boat collides in the thick fog with a steamer Quickly sinking her, the dilettante can t swim good thing he has a life preserver on going overboard amid piercing cries in the gloom, drifting in the chilly waters out through the Golden Gate before the bridge was built The tides and winds sweeping him to the open sea, rescue vessels can t see Mr.Weyden in the pea soup , nobody around him yet a quiet calm prevails It makes the survivor, very distraught knowing the end is near, he screams futility into the darkness despairingly and slowly going insane Numbness through his whole body, as time goes by but how much, elapses Sleep takes the victim into another world , but he awakes and sees a three masted schooner heading directly at the lonely man Barely missing his skull, watching the uncaring boat pass by helpless to shout out, Humphrey dead tired has no voice left, too much seawater consumed Captain Wolf Larsen spots the tiny object in the ocean, brought on board later thinking, was this good or bad Asking to be taken back to the city the captain of the Ghost, refuses, he s heading for Japan this is a seal hunting schooner not a pleasure cruise Owner , captain, tyrant, his word rules the twenty seamen hate him with a passion, they the worst of the scum, criminals, killers, thieves on any sea But are afraidof the Wolf, he has killed many making the wealthy man a cabin boy at 35, working in the galley with the slimy, dirty, filthy, disgusting Cooky and he s the cook Treating the millionaire like a lowly slave, the vicious chef delights in tormenting Weyden, whose choice is work or die Survival of the fittest Wolf Larsen believes that, a very strange combination of intellect and brute strength, discussing philosophy and literature life is valueless, except to itself With the newest crewman Hump , between terrorizing everyone on the vessel and putting down a deadly mutiny, the captain has a brother too Death Larsen, arch rival on another seal hunting steamer, owner, skipper, of the well armed, larger, Macedonia and in the area Trouble is coming, the ocean is vast but the seals are in the same place, they the siblings hate each other with enthusiasm The seals blood flows freely on deck, as the beautiful animals are butchered for their skins, why For women s coats, Humphrey has to somehow escape this hell hole Leaving the Ghost is not easy, if he stays the primitive Wolf Larsen will kill him someday Complications arrive, five people are rescued off the stormy coast of Japan shipwrecked, four are immediately made crewmen whether they want to be or not There have been losses on the Ghost , one is a womanMaud Brewster a poetess this is 1904, the lonely gentleman has read her poems and enjoyed them He starts to fall in love, and he a part time literary critic and reviewer of her work in magazines.One of the best Jack London novels full of terrific adventures and excitement, with splendid characters, especially the unforgettable Wolf Larsen

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    I believe that life is a mess, Captain Wolf Larson answered promptly It is like yeast, a ferment, a thing that moves and may move for a minute, an hour, a year, or a hundred years, but that in the end will cease to move The big eat the little that they may continue to move, the strong eat the weak that they may retain their strength The lucky eat the most and move the longest, that is all Jack London, The Sea WolfThis is just like Moby Dick, if Moby Dick had been written by Hemingwa I believe that life is a mess, Captain Wolf Larson answered promptly It is like yeast, a ferment, a thing that moves and may move for a minute, an hour, a year, or a hundred years, but that in the end will cease to move The big eat the little that they may continue to move, the strong eat the weak that they may retain their strength The lucky eat the most and move the longest, that is all Jack London, The Sea WolfThis is just like Moby Dick, if Moby Dick had been written by Hemingway That s a good thing Of all the classics I ve read, sometimes grudgingly, Moby Dick frustrated me the most I like everything about it, in theory It is epic in scope, big in ideas, and populated by fascinating characters It has whales, and ships, and tyrannical captains, and harpoons, which are some pretty good ingredients, if you ask me But I despised it Turns out, I should have been reading The Sea Wolf instead There are some differences, of course Both have ships, but in The Sea Wolf you substitute seals for whales, and rifles for harpoons Also, where Moby Dick is bloated and obscure, The Sea Wolf is blunt, pared down, and direct It is a flint hard epic told in a lean, mean 281 pages in my Modern Library paperback edition I ve often found that reading an alleged classic means that I m in for an intellectual struggle Not here The Sea Wolf reads like a modern page turner London does not mess around with long setups The novel starts with Humphrey Van Weyden a doughy, soft handed trust fund lad with literary aspirations on the deck of a ferry in San Francisco Bay, espousing his unearned opinions about the mathematical ease of seamanship Before he can finish that thought, and before the end of the fourth full page, that ferry has been sliced open in a collision with a second ship, dumping Humphrey into the sea Humphrey, a proto metrosexual, is picked up by a sealing schooner called the Ghost The Ghost is captained by one of literature s great creations, Captain Wolf Larson Larson is a stunning character, by turns brutal and brilliant, part psychopath and part poet He is described in almost otherworldly terms by Humphrey, who is the novel s first person narrator M y first impression, or feel of the man, was not of his height , but of his strength And yet, while he was of massive build, with broad shoulders and deep chest, I could not characterize his strength as massive It was what might be termed a sinewy, knotty strength, of the kind we ascribe to lean and wiry men, but which, in him, because of his heavy build, partookof the enlarged gorilla order Not that in appearance he seemed in the least gorilla like What I am striving to express is this strength itself,as a thing apart from his physical semblance It was a strength we are wont to associate with things primitive, with wild animals, and the creatures we imagine our tree dwelling prototypes to have been a strength savage, ferocious, alive in itself, the essence of life in that it is the potency of motion, the elemental in short, that which writhes in the body of a snake when the head is cut off, and the snake, as a snake, is dead, or which lingers in a shapeless lump of turtle meat and recoils and quivers from the prod of a finger.For the bulk of the novel, up until a plot turn that I will not reveal, the narrative is rather episodic Scenes of action and acclimation where Humphrey begins to transform into that which he detests are interspersed with a dialectic between Humphrey and Larson The two men are philosophical opposites, with Humphrey representing a familiar strand of liberal humanism, concerned with goodness, right action, and the immortal soul In opposition, Larson is a kind of Nietzschean narcissist, concerned only with himself and achieving his own ends, whatever the cost to others Humphrey is initially appalled by Larson, a stance he attempts to maintain even as he nurtures a near obsession with understanding him Of course, as you might expect, Humphrey is drawn to certain aspects of Larson s being Specifically, he starts to reevaluate himself as he grows harder, stronger, a competent seaman, while toiling on the Ghost This is, in a way, simultaneously a celebration and a deconstruction of masculinity The Sea Wolf is really a joy to read The secondary characters are mostly excellent, if a bit shallow There are some memorable dramatic set pieces featuring men against nature, and men against other men The writing is vivid, especially the descriptions of the sea, of storms and squalls and dead calms London is also quite adept at capturing the functioning of a turn of the century sailing vessel He was once on a vessel like the Ghost, and that experience shows I am often leery of books that attempt to have characters debate the deeper meanings of life When I read them, I feel like I ve stumbled into a room full of half baked freshmen who ve finished half a semester of Philosophy 101 The Sea Wolf has a tendency to get close to this threshold with the interactions between Humphrey and Wolf Ultimately, though, it wears its philosophical and psychological complexity lightly I could swallow their endless debates because they were sweetened by scenes of dash and excitement, while their competing theories were demonstrated with instances of primal brutality In other words, London does a good job of showing and telling, rather than just telling He is also almost giddy in the way he mixes genres and changes tones One moment things are super dark, the next, things might be as light and delicate as new fallen snow And yes, I know I m speaking in riddles, but I don t want to ruin any surprises This is an imperfect novel While the relationship between Humphrey and Wolf Larson is mesmerizing, a separate pairing later on does not work nearly so well Even when there are false notes, though, London keeps the tale afloat His world of sailors and their ship and the sea is so fully realized that it makes up for many, if not all shortcomings Besides, at less than 300 pages, the kind of imperfections I m talking about are not fatal I cannot say the same for the imperfections of Moby Dick Classics can be a chore Not this one This is like eating a candy bar and calling it exercise

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    This classic adventure on the high seas, made into a miniseries in 2009 in the city of Halifax where I live finally some great films being made around here , this book is full of terror, confusion and mayhem as a man fights for survival with a ruthless sailboat captain and his unruly crew, but ultimately they make peace with him and what unfolds is one of what I think is Jack London s best works.

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    Do you know the only value life has is what life puts upon itself And it is of course overestimated, for it is of necessity prejudiced in its own favour Take that man I had aloft He held on as if he were a precious thing, a treasure beyond diamonds of rubies To you No To me Not at all To himself Yes But I do not accept his estimate He sadly overrates himself There is plentylife demanding to be born Had he fallen and dripped his brains upon the deck like honey from the comb, tDo you know the only value life has is what life puts upon itself And it is of course overestimated, for it is of necessity prejudiced in its own favour Take that man I had aloft He held on as if he were a precious thing, a treasure beyond diamonds of rubies To you No To me Not at all To himself Yes But I do not accept his estimate He sadly overrates himself There is plentylife demanding to be born Had he fallen and dripped his brains upon the deck like honey from the comb, there would have been no loss to the world The supply is too large I remember watching the tv adaptation of Jack London s The Sea Wolf with my gran, but all I remember are images of sails and the ocean I don t remember anything of the story from that time So, when The Sea Wolf came up as a buddy read, I jumped right on it.The story is told by Humphrey van Weyden, a wannabe author and self professed gentleman, who is shipwrecked and picked up by the crew of The Ghost and their Captain Wolf Larsen Contrary to Humphrey s Hump s expectations, he is not set ashore but is Shanghaied by Larsen, who is short of crew and short of time.While on board, Hump transforms from a man of thought into a man of action, while witnessing the brutality of life at sea and especially the brutality of The Sea Wolf, Captain LarsenWolf tis what he is He s not blackhearted like some men Tis no heart he has at all It s an interesting book in which London explores human motivation and philosophises about the meaning of life and the value that society attaches to one profession over another It is not always easy to follow, London s train of thought, however, and it is not at all clear whether some of the views are the author s own.In some ways, I was reminded of Verne s 20,000 Leagues under the Sea, with its anti hero Captain Nemo, whose disdain for human society somewhat parallels that of Larsen except that Nemo had reason that arerelatable than those of Larsen.The Sea Wolf remains a mystery until the end.Despite this, tho, the story works even as just a simple story of adventure.The only aspect that really grated on me was that London felt it necessary to add an element of romance into the adventure and side Hump with a lady journalist, who he falls in love with This is not the grating bit The grating bit is that she s a pretty strong character and her falling for Hump who is a patronising wimp is pretty unlikely It s Hump s interaction with the lady journalist and his description of her as feeble and weak, even though she doesthan her fair share of manual labour on the ship, that really made me want to kick him over boardYou are one with a crowd of men who have made what they call a government, who are masters of all the other men, and who eat the food the other men get and would like to eat themselves You wear the warm clothes They made the clothes, but they shiver in rags and ask you, the lawyer, or business agent who handles your money, for a job But that is beside the matter, I cried.Not at all It is piggishness and it is life Of what use or sense is an immortality of piggishness What is the end What is it all about You have made no food Yet the food you have eaten or wasted might have saved the lives of a score of wretches who made the food but did not eat it What immortal end did you serve Or did they

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    We were talking about this yesterday, he said I held that life was a ferment, a yeasty something which devoured life that it might live, and that living was merely successful piggishness Why, if there is anything in supply and demand, life is the cheapest thing in the world There is only so much water, so much earth, so much air but the life that is demanding to be born is limitless Nature is a spendthrift Look at the fish and their millions of eggs For that matter, look at you and me We were talking about this yesterday, he said I held that life was a ferment, a yeasty something which devoured life that it might live, and that living was merely successful piggishness Why, if there is anything in supply and demand, life is the cheapest thing in the world There is only so much water, so much earth, so much air but the life that is demanding to be born is limitless Nature is a spendthrift Look at the fish and their millions of eggs For that matter, look at you and me In our loins are the possibilities of millions of lives Could we but find time and opportunity and utilize the last bit and every bit of the unborn life that is in us, we could become the fathers of nations and populate continents Life Bah It has no value Of cheap things it is the cheapest Everywhere it goes begging Nature spills it out with a lavish hand Where there is room for one life, she sows a thousand lives, and it s life eats life till the strongest and most piggish life is left Those are the words of Wolf Larsen, arguably the baddest bad ass ever to grace the pages of any seafaring novel, including those by Melville and Conrad, and perhaps any novel overall Wolf Larsen, captain of a hunting vessel, beats up several men at once, hard bitten sailors and seal hunters among them chokes one of his men to win an argument fixes a shark to starve to death, revenge for the shark having bitten a sailor s foot clean off wagers which of his men will commit suicide carries on a conversation as bullets whiz past and beats the snot out of his brother, rival sea captain Death Larsen That s right, his brother is named Death Larsen And the name s not just for show He towered like a Goliath above Wolf Larsen He must have measured six feet eight or nine inches in stature, and I subsequently learned his weight 240 pounds And there was no fat about him It was all bone and muscle.Wolf Larsen s a great character because he s not just some mindless, musclebound brute No, he s highly literate and well read and self educated to boot , and able to clearly explain why he does what he does, as evidenced in the passage above He s able to spar with his opponents not just physically, but verbally as well.OK, maybe The Sea Wolf isn t great literature, but it is brilliantly trashy fun and well written trash at that Why isn t this book as widely read as The Call of the Wild and White Fang Perhaps because most of us stop reading Jack London after junior high school for some reason , while The Sea Wolf is the manliest of all manly men s books Lord knows I, for one, was not ready to encounter Wolf Larsen in junior high school Frankly, I m probably not ready for him now.What s interesting about The Sea Wolf, and I doubt I m the only reader to feel this way, is that even though we the readers are presumably supposed to see Wolf Larsen as the book s villain and sympathize with the narrator, Humphrey Van Weyden, well, fuck that Hump yes, that is his nickname has a bookish, idealistic, romantic view of life That final trait comes to the forefront after love interest Maud Brewster shows up halfway through the book Those character traits simply pale in comparison to Wolf Larsen s kick ass, every man for himself pragmatism I think it s the rare reader or at least the rare male reader who, even though he likely has muchin common with Hump than with Wolf Larsen, wouldn t, had he the option, choose to be the latter London may have even intended the book to be read that way The Sea Wolf s only real weakness comes in its final pages, when the romance between Humphrey and Maud becomes sickeningly sweet Wolf Larsen s reaction, had he read this section of the book, would have been, I m guessing, Bosh Perhaps London was trying to make up for all the amputations, fisticuffs and testosterone drenched manliness in the pages that preceded or maybe compensate for the homoeroticism in Hump s descriptions of Wolf Larsen s physique London needn t have bothered The book was awesome without the romance.Despite that shortcoming, though, I highly recommend The Sea Wolf, especially to men who wish they were a bit less like Humphrey Van Weyden and a bitlike Wolf Larsen

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    This terrific tale of the sea is character driven Also, a study of human nature Life, death, courage, hope for survival, immortality and love A really good, but under rated read.

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    Jack London s take on Nietzsches s dubious concept of the bermensch.In the confined space of a seal hunting schooner in the middle of the Pacific Ocean the most captivating antagonist ever, captain Wolf Larson, highly intelligent with superhuman physical strength, have it out with the somewhat stodgy protagonist Van Weyden, an intellectual bookworm, scholar, and landlubber Their philosophies and views on life couldn t bedifferent.The whole thing is embedded in an exciting adventure on hi Jack London s take on Nietzsches s dubious concept of the bermensch.In the confined space of a seal hunting schooner in the middle of the Pacific Ocean the most captivating antagonist ever, captain Wolf Larson, highly intelligent with superhuman physical strength, have it out with the somewhat stodgy protagonist Van Weyden, an intellectual bookworm, scholar, and landlubber Their philosophies and views on life couldn t bedifferent.The whole thing is embedded in an exciting adventure on high seas and spiced with a love story at the end, which, to my taste, is a little bland A recommended read for fans of adventure philosophy, in which sometimes bones get broken to underpin an argument.The book confirms the impression I already had after reading The Iron Heel, namely, to regard Jack London as a serious writer._______ Update 1 27 2018 While reading the critical annotated edition of Hitler s Mein Kampf I didn t expect to find a quote from The Sea Wolf in one of the footnotes Hitler s notion of Race interests as trumping any moral notions and that ethics is never entitled to a timeless validity contrary to Kant s beliefs can also be found much earlier among epigones of social Darwinism, even in popular culture Jack London s character Wolf Larson answers to the question of ethics and if he believes in right and wrong Not the least bit Might is right, and that is all there is to it Weakness is wrong One man cannot wrong another man He can only wrong himself As I see it, I do wrong always when I consider the interests of others This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License

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    Anyone who needs a good shot of testosterone but thinks the movie 300 was a little to homo erotic should read the Sea Wolf This book makes Hemmingway run off like a little girly man The main character is a woosy book worm literary critic who gets press ganged into a sealing crew led by the cruel and rutheless Wolf Larsson Larsson is one of the greatest villians I ve had the pleasure to read he s intelligent and brutal, but at times you even sympathize with him.By the way, I especially sugges Anyone who needs a good shot of testosterone but thinks the movie 300 was a little to homo erotic should read the Sea Wolf This book makes Hemmingway run off like a little girly man The main character is a woosy book worm literary critic who gets press ganged into a sealing crew led by the cruel and rutheless Wolf Larsson Larsson is one of the greatest villians I ve had the pleasure to read he s intelligent and brutal, but at times you even sympathize with him.By the way, I especially suggest this book to people who consider themselves vikings

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