The Jungle

The Jungle

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ISBN10: 0451472551 ISBN13: 9780451472557 Contributors: Sears, Barry, Dr. (AFT); Renfroe, Alicia Mischa, Dr. (Introduction) Publisher: New Amer Library Classics (Mm) Published: Mar 3 2015 Pages: 402 Weight: 0.45lbs. Height: 7.00" Width: 4.25" Depth: 1.25" Language: English

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Upton Sinclair's classic revelatory novel about turn-of-the-century business and immigrant labor practices.

Jurgis Rudkus, a young Lithuanian immigrant in search of a better life, faces instead an epic struggle for survival. His story of factory life in Chicago in the early twentieth century is a saga of barbarous working conditions, crushing poverty, crime, disease, and despair.

Upton Sinclair's vivid depiction of the horrors of Chicago's stockyards and slaughterhouses aroused such public indignation that a government investigation was called, eventually resulting in the passage of pure food laws. More than a hundred years later, The Jungle continues to pack the same emotional power it did when it was first published.

Includes an Introduction by Alicia Mischa Renfroe
and an Afterword by Dr. Barry Sears
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