The Double Bind: Leprosy in Two Hawaiian Tales by Jack London
Eureka Studies in Teaching Short Fiction
double bind, leprosy, Hawaiian tales, Jack London
English Language and Literature | Literature in English, North America
An essay is presented on the short story about leprosy by Jack London. It explores two short stories "Good-by, Jack" and "The Sheriff of Kona" and indicates that both stories provide an impression of the leper colony at Molokai. The author also narrates some parts of the stories and offers his analysis.
Marovitz, Sanford E. (2009). The Double Bind: Leprosy in Two Hawaiian Tales by Jack London. Eureka Studies in Teaching Short Fiction 9(2), 160-. Retrieved from http://digitalcommons.kent.edu/engpubs/1