Auteur: Sinclair, Upton
Sinclair's 1927 novel did for California's oil industry what 'The Jungle' did for Chicago's meat-packing factories. The plot follows the clash between an oil developer and his son. Typical of Sinclair, there are undertones here of socialism and sympathy for the common working stiff.
2007, 548 pag., Euro 15,95
Penguin, London, ISBN 9780143112266
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