Publisher Description

A novel that has remained controversial since its writing, The Jungle is a brutal and unflinching look at the struggles of a turn-of-the-century immigrant family. The book is best remembered for its horrifying depiction of the meat-packing industry, but the book offers more than just those stomach-churning details. It is a heartbreaking view of life on the bottom of the industrial ladder, and a sensational warning against the worst abuses of industry run rampant.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2011
April 25
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
250
Pages
PUBLISHER
Bookbyte Digital
SELLER
Somerset Investments, Inc.
SIZE
730.9
KB

Customer Reviews

Jig bah ,

Outstanding!

This book describes the horrors of capitalism in vivid and descriptive details. It is quite an interesting read.

#CLJ ,

Made me appreciate all I have

From the start to the very end my eyes were opened to all the wonder in my life from the basic safety and comfort of my home to my every self indulgence. Every page made me happier and reminded me to how blessed I am.

73)362&? ,

This book affected me like none other

I highly recommend it. It's a ferocious read

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