The Jungle - Chapters 29-31 Summary & Analysis

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Jurgis is so impressed that he goes backstage to speak to the orator. Instead of speaking to the man, who is too exhausted to speak, Jurgis is referred to a man who speaks his own language. The man, Ostrinski, takes Jurgis home with him and they spend most of the night talking about Socialism. Jurgis is inspired.

This gives him the strength to return to Elzbieta and tell her about it. Elzbieta cares little about politics, but is willing to join the party if it makes Jurgis happy. A few days later, Jurgis walks into a hotel to finda job and is given a job a porter. When Jurgis tell Ostrinski about this, he learns his new boss is a Socialist. The boss learns Jurgis’s story and begins using it to illustrate his socialist teachings to out of town visitors.

Jurgis throws...

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