The Jungle Essay | The Jungle

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The Jungle

Summary: This essay is a detailed description of the plot in the novel "The Jungle."
The Jungle is a book written in the first part of the twentieth century depicting the hard ships and perils of factory life in Chicago. The main character of the story is Jurgis Rudkus a Lithuanian man who had heard the tale of a fellow Lithuanian who had come to America with his wife Ona to build his fortune.

With his mind full of enchanting stories of untold riches he found a wife and left Lithonia in sights of America to build a home for himself and his family. He comes to America only knowing few English words.

The main word he knew at first was Chicago and people would point in a direction until he reached there. When he reached Packing town, Chicago he soon found the man he had heard of in Lithonia, Jokubas Szedvilas was his name and instead of building his fortunes in the...

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