Jungle, The

Jungle, The

portrays the lack of hygiene among Chicago meat-packing plants (1906). [Am. Lit.: The Jungle, Payton, 356]
See: Filth

Jungle, The

novel exposed harrowing moral, economic, and hygienic conditions in the meat-packing industry. [Am. Lit.: Upton Sinclair The Jungle]
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'In the jungle, the mighty jungle, the lion sleeps tonight..." Many remember that famous refrain from the Lion King, few will ever forget it.
Kipling's The Jungle Books is a collection of interesting stories that take place in Indian jungle, the most famous of which are those featuring a wolf-boy named Mowgli who is raised by a wolf family, and is educated by both the animals in the jungle and adopted parents in the human village.
The jungle, the size of Rhode Island, is in the Foja mountains in western New Guinea.
* When The New York Times reviewed The Jungle, the reviewer thought it was more a piece of propaganda than a work of art.
Before going into the jungle, the 30-year-old model, who married Reeves a year and a half ago, reportedly said she would most miss daily sex sessions with her husband while she was away.
When Mowgli sneaks away to the jungle, the chase is on to see who will find him first - his old pals, his new family, or the man- eating tiger.