The Jungle, a novel by Upton Sinclair, contained many unique characters which were used as color for this story. The character of Jurgis Rudkis was the strong central character that the author developed as the cornerstone of this novel. The story was based on the life Rudkis led in the town of Packington. The remaining characters in the story merely made appearances, and aided in the tale of Jurgisís experiences.
Mr. Rudkis, originally from
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to become the victor. He battled the corporate business world, and social and moral problems in his life. This man came out on top because he was initially a decent, strong man. His many struggles led him in different paths, but finally he returned to the good person buried inside of him. Socialism, in this story, helped lead him back in the right direction. The story of Jurgis is a tragedy and also a triumph.