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The Jungle

Summary: Essay describes the work entitled "The Jungle" by Upton Sinclair.
During the early 1900s, big cities like Chicago and New York were blooming with new ways of making money, more job opportunities, and filling people's heads with ideas of a better life. This transformation brought many immigrants from many places around the world, mainly from Europe, to the United States. Upton Sinclair's The Jungle shows a great view of how an immigrant has to live, and what they have to do to survive.

The immigrants that came over to United States were mostly of low class, peasants and farmers with hope of finding a better life. Much like Jurgis who left the hardships of his country, Lithuania, to start a family with Ona. Also bringing along his elderly father Dede Antanas, Ona's uncle Jonas, cousin Marija, stepmother Elzbieta and her seven children. After he heard of a fellow Lithuanian who made a great living in Chicago.

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