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Jack London was one of the first writers to write for fictional magazines. He was also one of the first American writers to earn a living just from his writing. Martin Eden is a writer who resembles London. When Eden sent a manuscript off in the mail he thought there was no human editor at the other end. There must be a machine designed to take the papers out of one envelope and put them into another one and address it for return. This idea has made this novel a favorite with writers who can empathize with Eden.

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When she returned with the grammar, she drew a chair near his—he wondered if he should have helped her with the chair—and sat down beside him. She turned the pages of the grammar, and their heads were inclined toward each other. He could
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