The Autobiography of Upton Sinclair
author: Upton Sinclair
name: Kim
average rating: 5.00
book published: 1962
rating: 5
read at: 2024/02/09
date added: 2024/02/09
Fascinating insights into an extraordinary man

I generally prefer biographies to autobiographies, the latter risk being self serving and boring. There is nothing boring about Upton Sinclair’s life, and although he was, of course, rather fond of himself, he was also undoubtedly an interesting man with a vast network and that gift of keen observation (and retention) that all good writers have. A big fan of the Lanny Budd series, it was great to get insights into how and from whom he got so much insight into everything from art to music to people and spies. A most enjoyable read.

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