Ridge Lecture - Jack London in Hawaii

Ridge Lecture - Jack London in Hawaii
Oct 10, 2018

Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.

Paul Theroux, travel writer and novelist, explains how Jack London’s experiences and observations in the Hawaiian Islands still resonate today, based on Theroux’s own experiences and observation as a 30-year resident there. This pairing of speaker and subject has particular relevance at The Huntington, as the Library’s holdings include the literary archives of both authors. Theroux will sign copies of his book Figures in a Landscape: People and Places following the lecture. Free; reservations required. Register online. Rothenberg Hall

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