Experiences and Adventures as a Hoboe
In the novel, The Road by Jack London, London writes about his experiences and adventures as one of the hoboes. London shows throughout the book about how the American system is unjust to the hoboes. One of the examples is when London is in the courthouse in Niagara Falls. Another example of London's view on the American system is when London gets to be a hall-man in the jail cell. In the chapter "Hoboes that Pass in the Night," London describes a scene in the bar where he was treated badly. When London gets to New England, he finds out that the police are after the hoboes.
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- Experiences and Adventures as a Hoboe
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