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ISBN: 0451528042 / ISBN-13: 9780451528049

The Jungle

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Including a biography of the author and a further reading list, each volume in this "Collector's Library Series" has a commissioned afterword.

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  • The Jungle (100th Anniversary Edition) (Signet Classics) – Mass-market paperback (2006)
    by Upton Sinclair, Dr. Barry Sears, PH.D. (Afterword by)

    The Jungle (100th Anniversary Edition)

    Mass-market paperback, Signet Classics
    2006
    English
    Anniversary ed.
    416 pages

    ISBN: 0451528042
    ISBN-13: 9780451528049

    The classic 1906 novel, a political commentary on the conditions endured by factory laborers in Chicago that eventually led to the national reform of the meat packing industry and passage of pure food laws, presents the story of an immigrant family who struggles to survive in the New World. Includes a new afterword by Dr. Barry Sears. Original.

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Reviews of The Jungle

Overall customer rating: 5.000
Sarah K

required reading for the well-informed

by Sarah K on Jun 18, 2012

Upton SInclair bravely tells the story of the manipulation of immigrants who were shipped by train to Chicago to work in the meat processing industry there. It is not just an indictment of the meat industry at that time, as some people think, but also tells about other big businesses that were preying ... More

rauljag

welcome to the jungle

by rauljag on Mar 25, 2010

this book gives a worms eye view of what survival in the late nineteenth century was like for the lowly immigrant, fresh off the boat. In a country where an uneven distribution of wealth couldnt be more apparent. Capitalist propaganda could never blurr the real truth this book uncovers. More

Looney

Cliff Notes summary of "The Jungle"

by Looney on Apr 9, 2009

This is my first exposure to Cliff Notes. The summary was succinct, as you would expect a summary to be, yet all of the essential elements of the book were noted. I would definitely order Cliff Notes again. More

kimberly29

This is my favorite book!!

by kimberly29 on Oct 23, 2008

This is my favorite book of all time. Its definately a page turner, being historical and fiction at the same time. I recommend this to everyone and recommend it any chance i get. More

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