It is helpful to have the book in its uncensored version.
Sinclair's _The Jungle_ is best known for its graphic and grisly details of the meat packing industry and the hazzards its products presented the public.
This book shows the treatment of immigrants and their living conditions in early 20th century Chicago.
A true classic. I felt disgusted, pain, and cold...many times.
This is a reread for me. I forgot how much the end became a rally for socialism. Read more
A sad read that unfortunately could have been written yesterday.Published 20 days ago by T. Dreiling
I personally did not read it. I ordered it for my daughter. She needed it for an English class and the local book store ran out of copies. Read morePublished 1 month ago by azb
Again, this book has so much impact. The second reading was as amazing as the first, twenty years ago.Published 3 months ago by Joan Bird
Wonderful to read the un censored version. It was a sad but true portrayal of the plight of the thousands of east European immigrants at the turn of the twentieth century.Published 3 months ago by Nigel R.
Great book. It is awesome that the stock yard gate is still standing in Chicago.Published 5 months ago by Jen