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The Jungle

Summary: Discusses and summarizes Upton Sinclair's classic tale, The Jungle. Provides a biography of the author and describes the historical importance of the work.
Upton Sinclair was the most prolific writer in the history of America. He did most of his work focusing on how the politicians are corrupting the United States and how it will be made a better place; he also wanted political and social reform. The jungle was published in the 1906.it was a grim indication that led the government to a regulation of the food industry inspection.

The jungle was specifically written to draw the government's attention to the working condition faced by laborers in America. Especially the immigrants like"jurgis" who came from Lithuanian, and had no choice but to work long hours and will take whatever wages they get. The novel covers the economic system that destroyed jurgis and his family treating them like the very cattle that were slaughtered in the Chicago stockyard.

At the fist half of the book Sinclair narrated what has become...

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