Author: London, Jack
Partly autobigraphical, this story of the drudgery of a young boy's life in a factory and jute mill was widely reprinted as a tract against child labor. The Apostate is a book about the dehumanization of a human being and concerns of Jack London for the working poor.
The Apostate is a story about a young man who is brutalized by the subhuman working conditions in a textile mill and despite the poor conditions, achieves a kind of liberation in the end. A poor widowed mother striving to bring up her two sons does not have any other option but to send the older one to work where he is subject to the harsh realities of life.
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