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The report he wrote is called, The Story of an Eyewitness. Not in history has a modern city been so completely destroyed. San Francisco is gone. The government has control of the situation, and thanks to the immediate relief given by the whole United States, there is no lack of food. The bankers and businessmen have already begun making the necessary plans to rebuild this once beautiful city of San Francisco. The Story of an Eyewitness" was written by Jack London and adapted by Paul Thompson. It was published in Collier’s Magazine, May 5, 1906. Your narrator was Doug Johnson. Try this Listening Quiz to check your understanding. Quiz - The Story of an Eyewitness. Start the Quiz to find out. Start Quiz.
The Story of An Eyewitness by Jack London - read by Elaine Hamby for LibriVox's Short Nonfiction Collection Vol. ogg (Ogg Vorbis sound file, length 18 min 6 s, 45 kbps). Information from its description page there is shown below. Commons is a freely licensed media file repository. DescriptionThe Story of An Eyewitness by Jack London - read by Elaine Hamby for LibriVox's Short Nonfiction Collection Vol. 006 (2007).
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Upon receipt of the first news of the earthquake, Collier's telegraphed to Mr. Jack London-who lives only forty miles from San him to go to the scene of the disaster and write the story of what he saw. Mr. London started at once, and he sent the following dramatic description of the tragic events he witnessed in the burning city. THE earthquake shook down in San Francisco hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of walls and chimneys.
Mark’s inclusio makes Peter the principal eyewitness in the second Gospel. 3. How does the inclusio show Peter is the principal eyewitness in Mark? The following example may seem trivial to us today because we are not tuned into inclusios, as a common literary strategy. However, note that Mark repeats Simon’s name in 1:16, before Jesus changes his name to Peter in Mark 3:16. Thus, the literary device of the more specific inclusio of eyewitness testimony at the beginning and end of Mark means that Peter is the principal eyewitness in this Gospel. It is Peter and the eleven other disciples or the core of Peter, James, and John, and sometimes Andrew (Peter’s brother).