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The Jungle
The Jungle
Author: Upton Sinclair
In some of the most harrowing scenes ever written in modern literature, Upton Sinclair vividly depicts factory life in Chicago in the first years of the twentieth century. The horrors of the slaughter houses, their barbarous working conditions....the crushing poverty, the disease, the depravity, the despair-- he reveals all through the eyes of J...  more »
ISBN: 25368
Pages: 350
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Publisher: New American Library
Book Type: Paperback
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Follows the life of one immigrent working man in 1906 Chicago. The incredible things this man endures are heart wrenching but you can't put the book down for the need to know what happens to him. The inside look at his life in the meat packing plants also spurred the pure food acts that still affect us today.