The Jungle

The Jungle

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The Jungle, the most popular and influential of all Upton Sinclair's novels, recounts the shocking tale of immigrant Jurgis Rudkis and his family, who find themselves at the mercy of a brutal syste, of the stockyards in Chicago. The book's exposure of the dangerous, unsanitary conditions in the meat-packing industry created a furor that led to the passage of the Pure Food and Drug Act.

Peter Kuper's powerful imagery captures the mood and atmosphere of Sinclair's dramatic story through a bold interplay of art and text.

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Author Kuper, Peter & Sinclair, Upton
Binding Large Format
No. of Pages 48
Publisher NBM Publishing
Date of Publication 2005
ISBN 9781561634118

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