• Novels,  Upton Sinclair

    The Overman Novel (1907) by Upton Sinclair

    The Overman Novel (1907) by Upton Sinclair According to Nietzsche, An overman is then someone who has a life which is not merely to live each day with no meanings when nothing in the past and future is more important than the present, or more precisely, the pleasure and happiness in the present, but with the purpose for humanity.  [Download This PDF Book ##download##]

  • Novels,  Upton Sinclair

    Samuel the Seeker PDF novel (1910) by Upton Sinclair

    Download Samuel the Seeker PDF novel (1910) by Upton Sinclair Sinclair’s novel follows the journey of Samuel Prescott, an idealistic young farm boy who strikes out on his own to strike it rich when his father dies shortly after losing all of his savings in a bad stock market investment. What would typically be a rags-to-riches story becomes a rags-to-rags exercise in futility, as Samuel is confronted with every form of social injustice and societal ill that you can imagine? Upton introduces Samuel to the reader as a virtual blank slate with little more than farming and bible verses to inform his world view. Through the novel, Samuel eagerly adopts every…

  • Philosophy,  Self-Help,  Upton Sinclair

    The book of life ( 1922) PDF book by Upton Sinclair

    Download The book of life ( 1922) PDF book  by Upton Sinclair,  From the book’s introduction: The writer of this book has been in this world some forty- two years. That may not seem long to some, but it is long enough to have made many painful mistakes and to have learned much from them. Looking about him, he sees others making these same mistakes, suffering for lack of that same knowledge which he has so painfully acquired. This being the case, it seems a friendly act to offer his knowledge, minus the blunders and the pain. There come to the writer literally thousands of letters every year, asking him…

  • Novels,  Upton Sinclair

    The metropolis Novel Free PDF book by Upton Sinclair (1908)

    The metropolis Novel PDF book by Upton Sinclair   (1908) hypocrisy in high society makes a young lawyer question his purpose in New York. When an injustice befalls the poor, Allan is the first to fight for what is right. But as he continues his lawsuit, he begins to realize that the very people he’s fighting with are the very people who rule New York. He must be wily and careful if he is to survive this pursuit of justice. Upton Beall Sinclair Jr. was an American writer who wrote nearly 100 books and other works in several genres. Sinclair’s work was well known and popular in the first half of…

  • Novels,  The Jungle,  Upton Sinclair

    The Jungle Free PDF Novel (1906) by Upton Sinclair

    Download The Jungle Free PDF Novel (1906) by Upton Sinclair One of the great social/protest novels of the 20th Century. ‘The Jungle’ is at once an indictment on the treatment of immigrants, poverty, American wage slavery, and the working conditions at Chicago’s stockyards and meatpacking plants — and simultaneously an exposé on the unsanitary conditions of the meat produced in the plants and led to Federal real food reform. Jack London said in his review at the time, that the Jungle was Uncle Tom’s Cabin of wage slavery. The interesting fact, however, is Sinclair was more concerned about the people, the exploitation of immigrants and children, but the power of…