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Unseen Upton Sinclair: Nine Unpublished Stories, Essays and Other Works Paperback – 15 Oct 2009


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The late Upton Sinclair (1878-1968), was a Pulitzer Prize winning author who wrote more than 90 books. Editor Ruth Clifford Engs, is professor emeritus, Indiana University, Bloomington. In recent years she has focused on the history of health reform movements of the early 20th century. She lives in Bloomington.

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Pioneer of Ideas 11 Mar. 2011
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I never read this book before but I remembered some of the stories from another book I read years ago. The only Upton Sinclair book I have read is The Jungle which I adored.
I thought that Upton Sinclair would have been more sophisticated but after reading The Unseen Upton Sinclair I can see he was on his own. Mr. Sinclair had to figure everything out for himself if he was right or wrong.
He was a really special person who carved his own path with few role models.
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