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Muckraking v. Fiction In The Novel The Jungle
Muckraking v. Fiction
Webster's dicctionary defines muckraking as, "To search out and publicly expose real or apparent misconduct of a prominent individual or business." Fiction, also defined by Webster, is, "Something invented by the imagination or feigned; specifically: an invented story." Throughout The Jungle more fact is used than fiction. The Jungle is more effective as a muckraking novel than it is as fiction.
<Tab/>The Jungle shows the disgusting conditions of the stockyards. It let the reader see that the revolting rotten meat was packaged and s…
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