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Upton Sinclair


(Upton Beall Sinclair)
USA flag (1878 - 1968)

aka Lieut. Frederick Garrison

Upton Sinclair was a prolific American novelist, essayist, playwright, short story writer, and juvenile book writer, whose works reflected the social problems of 19th Century industry. His two great boyhood heroes were Jesus Christ and Percy Bysshe Shelley. His novel "Dragon's Teeth" (1942) on the rise of Nazism won him the Pulitzer Prize. By the time Upton Sinclair died in November, 1968, he had published more than ninety books.
 
Novels
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Collections
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Plays
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Anthologies edited
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Non fiction
The Profits of Religion (1900)
A Home Colony (1906)
Good Health and How We Won It (1909)
The Fasting Cure (1911)
The Sinclair-Astor letters (1914)
A Socialist View of German Victory (1917)
The High Cost of Living (1919)
The Industrial Republic (1919)
Russia (1919)
From Upton Sinclair, a statement to the readers of his books (1920)
Socialism and How It Is Coming (1920)
Goose Step (1922)
Is the Jew Entitled to an Education? (1923)
The Goslings (1924)
The Schools of Los Angeles (1924)
Letters to Judd, an American Workingman (1926)
The Spokesman's Secretary (1926)
Money Writes! (1927)
What's the Use of Books (1927)
Upton Sinclair, Station B, Long Beach, California: October, 1928 (1928)
The Crimes of the Times (1929)
Mental Radio (1930)
Socialism and Culture (1931)
Upton Sinclair on Comrade Kautsky (1931)
Upton Sinclair, Station A, Pasadena, California, September, 1931 (1931)
American Outpost (1932)
Candid Reminiscences (1932)
I, Governor of California, and How I Ended Poverty (1933)
The Way Out (1933)
The Epic Plan for California (1934)
Immediate Epic (1934)
Reply to Eisenstein (1934)
Upton Sinclair's last will and testament (1934)
Epic Answers (1935)
I, Candidate for Governor and How I Got Licked (1935)
Wally for Queen! (1936)
We, People of America (1936)
No Pasaran! (1937)
Letters to a Millionaire (1938)
Terror in Russia? (1938)
Upton Sinclair on the Soviet Union (1938)
What Can Be Done About America's Economic Troubles? (1939)
Your Million Dollars (1939)
Peace Or War in America (1941)
To the Conquered Peoples of Europe (1941)
To Solve the German Problem (1943)
This World of 1949 and What to Do About It (1948)
A Personal Jesus (1954)
Spirits in American Literature (1955)
My Lifetime in Letters (1960)
The Autobiography of Upton Sinclair (1962)
The Secret Life of Jesus (1962)
The Brass Check (1970)
Biographical and Critical Opinions (1973)
Mammonart (1975)
Upton Sinclair Presents William Fox (1976)
Upton Sinclair: Four unpublished letters (1984)
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Awards
Pulitzer Prize for Fiction Best Book winner (1943) : Dragon's Teeth