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I would defiantly recommend reading this book, it is a great classic.
Upton Sinclair's "The Jungle" is one of the handful of books throughout all of history, perhaps, that have encapsulated the crying voices of the oppressed.
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.
This was an eye-opener how it was in early America history. Loved the book all the way throughPublished 1 day 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 8 days 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 9 days ago by Rina
Everybody talks about this as an American classic and say that it is so influential and amazing. I found it incredibly slow and monotonous. Read morePublished 14 days ago by NM
I hadn't read this book throughout any of my schooling. I can see why it is a classic. Very thought provoking.Published 18 days ago by Patrick E. Kollars