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Essay heading: London's attitude towards life in his short story "The Law of Life"
 
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It is impossible to change or turn back life. It is like a river, no one can stop its flow. Second thing which may be called "the law of life" is Darwin's idea that in the world only the strongest may survive. These who are weak, old and are not able to take care of themselves must die and give place to the stronger living beings...
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Young people often have no time to be with their old relatives. They do not think this is an interesting beguilement to spend time listening to an old man's memories and advices. Sit-cum-to-ha also is busy with other things: "life called her, and the duties of life, not death" (London 956). She must do her duties in order to survive...
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