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Still, this book is worth the read for the first several hundred pages anyway.
The Jungle by Upton Sinclair is a heartrending story about a Lithuanian family's struggle when they come to America during the Industrial Revolution.
As horrible as it sounds, I really liked reading this book because it makes me feel more aware of how things were at one time.
I finished the book, awaiting the turn I would awake my epiphany of what really stands in America. Upton Sinclair does a marvelous job of taking an idea to isolate and manipulate... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Doni Nikooei
This was an eye-opener how it was in early America history. Loved the book all the way throughPublished 26 days ago by Carolyn E. Carlson
This is a must read about early modern American history. It is shocking and revealing and thank God the world has changed. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Carol Kay
A captivating sensory experience - Sinclair's descriptive writing at its best - and an indictment of the prevailing social and economic system that is delivered at once with... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rina