The Jungle: A Novel by Upton Sinclair

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The Jungle: A Novel

'“Captures something essential about the American immigrant experience and the workings of a brutal industrial system. It transcends the specifics of one historical era and sadly remains relevant to our own.” —Eric Schlosser   “Only one American novel, before or since—Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin—has had so powerful an influence on practical affairs.” —The New Yorker   “The book has a seething energy that sweeps you along. . . . Its pace and panoramic quality keep the pages turning. . . . Wildly successful . . . Gripping.” —Slate.com   “The novel’s power lies not only in the horrific practices and complacent corruption it uncovers but in its moving depiction of the disintegration of an immigrant family.” —Zachary Leader'
'“Captures something essential about the American immigrant experience and the workings of a brutal industrial system. It transcends the specifics of one historical era and sadly remains relevant to our own.” —Eric Schlosser   “Only one American novel, before or since—Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin—has had so powerful an influence on practical affairs.” —The New Yorker   “The book has a seething energy that sweeps you along. . . . Its pace and panoramic quality keep the pages turning. . . . Wildly successful . . . Gripping.” —Slate.com   “The novel’s power lies not only in the horrific practices and complacent corruption it uncovers but in its moving depiction of the disintegration of an immigrant family.” —Zachary Leader'
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781497672109 Pages: 304