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SURVIVAL - TO THE OPEN MIND Jack Londons literary tactics as well as style helped to define the key theme in The Sea Wolf of being a well balanced individual capable of survival under any circumstances By placing Maud Brewster in the position to fall in love with Van Weydon London stressed the need for the genuinely important love between a man and a woman In presenting the mind as a mightier force than sheer and brute strength London displayed the capacity to which a sound mind fulfills Humpreys adaptation and evolution for the better represented the fundamental message London sought to deliver through his writing As though contesting that two heads are better than one London deemed it necessary to emphasize the significance of the of love from a woman London used Maud to help to contribute to the well-rounded individual he sought to create through Humprey Her love if not the catalyst served to strengthen the evolving of Hump into a man more capable of withstanding the trials of life They were able to feed off each other and attain a greater sense of boldness as well as a broadened perspective on life and at the same moment my heart surged with a great joy Truly she was my woman my mate-woman fighting with me and for me as the mate of a caveman would have fought all the primitive in her aroused forgetful of her culture hard under the softening civilization of the only life she had ever known London 234 The bond between Humprey and Maud had cultured into love which caused their individual status to be elevated as well Filled with a new assurance passion and primitive nature the two were able to stride toward their place as complete and noteworthy human beings In his next step toward displaying the model creature London addressed the value of the mind as the top priority In presenting Wolf
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