The Jungle Audiobook, by Upton Sinclair Play Audiobook Sample

The Jungle Audiobook

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Read By: Phil Smith, Andrew White, Christine Dunford, David Catlin, David Kersnar, Joy Gregory, Laura Eason, Thomas Cox, Heidi Stillman, Larry Distasi, Temple Williams, Tom Hodges Publisher: L.A. Theatre Works Listen Time: at 1.0x Speed 1.33 hours at 1.5x Speed 1.00 hours at 2.0x Speed Release Date: August 2020 Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download ISBN: 9781682661383

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Longest Chapter Length:

67:15 minutes

Shortest Chapter Length:

56 seconds

Average Chapter Length:

28:54 minutes

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Publisher Description

David Schwimmer and Chicago’s Lookingglass Theatre Company created this innovative and heart-wrenching adaptation of Upton Sinclair’s powerhouse novel, in a co-production with L.A. Theatre Works. A young Lithuanian immigrant, full of hope, arrives in Chicago in 1904 to work in the stockyards. He and his family soon find themselves processed like the very cattle they slaughter, by the system they dreamed would save them. Recorded at the Guest Quarters Suites, Chicago in April 1992. Director: David Schwimmer Producing Director Susan Albert Loewenberg Starring an Ensemble Cast Playing Over 50 Roles: David Catlin,Thomas Cox, Larry Distasi, Christine Dunford, Laura Eason, Joy Gregory, Tom Hodges, David Kersnar, Phil Smith, Heidi Stillman, Andrew White, Temple Williams Radio Producer: Robert Neuhaus. Recording Engineer: Larry Rock. Production Stage Manager: Jan Watson.

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About Upton Sinclair

Upton Sinclair (1878–1968) was a journalist, a prominent social and political activist, and the author of over two dozen books, including the novel Dragon’s Teeth, which won the Pulitzer Prize in 1943. He is perhaps best known for The Jungle, the dramatic exposé of the Chicago meat-packing industry that prompted the investigation by Theodore Roosevelt that culminated in the pure-food legislation of 1906.