Sylvia's Marriage by Upton Sinclair Page 1 of 226

SOME PRESS NOTICES

"The importance of the theme cannot be doubted, and no one hitherto ignorant of the ravages of the evil and therefore, by implication, in need of being convinced can refuse general agreement with Mr. Sinclair upon the question as he argues it. The character that matters most is very much alive and most entertaining."-The Times.

"Very severe and courageous. It would, indeed, be difficult to deny or extenuate the appalling truth of Mr. Sinclair's indictment."- The Nation.

"There is not a man nor a grown woman who would not be better for reading Sylvia's Marriage."-The Globe

"Those who found Sylvia charming on her first appearance will find her as beautiful and fascinating as ever."-The Pall Mall.


"A novel that frankly is devoted to the illustration of the dangers that society runs through the marriage of unsound men with unsuspecting women. The time has gone by when any objection was likely to be taken to a perfectly clean discussion of a nasty subject."-T.P.'s Weekly.


CONTENTS
SYLVIA'S MARRIAGE

BOOK I. SYLVIA AS WIFE
BOOK II. SYLVIA AS MOTHER
BOOK III. SYLVIA AS REBEL



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