1921-03-14_The_Junction_City_Daily_Union_KS_3rd_Degree_in_Jack_Londons_The_Star_Rover

Article describes chilling 'third degree' scenes in Jack London's 1915 novel, The Star Rover, based loosely on London's travels through small towns of the American West and Pacific coast. The Star Rover also inspired a film by the same name in 1920. This article describes how London based 'third degree' scenes in his novel on actual events he either witnessed or heard about while staying in various American towns.

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  1. The Junction City Daily Union,
  2. 14 Mar 1921, Mon,
  3. Page 4

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  • 1921-03-14_The_Junction_City_Daily_Union_KS_3rd_Degree_in_Jack_Londons_The_Star_Rover — Article describes chilling 'third degree' scenes in Jack London's 1915 novel, The Star Rover, based loosely on London's travels through small towns of the American West and Pacific coast. The Star Rover also inspired a film by the same name in 1920. This article describes how London based 'third degree' scenes in his novel on actual events he either witnessed or heard about while staying in various American towns.

    brundage – 15 Jan 2017