Book of Life cover

Book of Life

Upton Sinclair (1878-1968)

1. 00 - Introductory
2. 01 - Nature of Life & Nature of Faith
3. 02 - Use of Reason & Origin of Morality
4. 03 - Nature and Man & Man the Rebel
5. 04 - Making Our Morals & Virtues of Moderation
6. 05 - The Choosing of Life & Myself and My Neighbor
7. 06 - The Mind and the Body & The Mind of the Body
8. 07 - Exploring the Subconscious & The Problem of Immortality
9. 08 - The Evidence for Survival
10. 09 - The Powers of the Mind & The Conduct of the Mind
11. 10 - The Unity of the Body
12. 11 - Experiments in Diet
13. 12 - Errors in Diet
14. 13 - Diet Standards
15. 14 - Foods and Poisons
16. 15 - More About Health & Work and Play
17. 16 - The Fasting Cure & Breaking the Fast
18. 17 - Diseases and Cures
19. 18 - The Reality of Marriage & The Development of Marriage
20. 19 - Sex and Young America & Sex and the Smart Set
21. 20 - Sex & the Poor, Sex & Nature, and Love & Economics
22. 21 - Marriage & Money, Love Versus Lust, Celibacy Versus Chastity
23. 22 - The Defense of Love, Birth Control
24. 23 - Early Marriage, The Marriage Club, Education for Marriage
25. 24 - The Money Side of Marriage, The Defense of Monogamy, The Problem of Jealousy
26. 25 - The Problem of Divorce, The Restriction of Divorce
27. 26 - The Ego and the World, Competition and Co-operation
28. 27 - Aristocracy & Democracy, Ruling Classes, The Process of Social Evolution
29. 28 - Industrial Evolution, The Class Struggle, The Capitalist System
30. 29 - The Capitalist Process, Hard Times, The Iron Ring
31. 30 - Foreign Markets, Capitalist War, The Possibilities of Production
32. 31 - The Cost of Competition, Socialism and Syndicalism, Communism and Anarchism
33. 32 - Social Revolution, Confiscation or Compensation, Expropriating the Expropriators
34. 33 - The Problem of the Land, The Control of Credit
35. 34 - The Control of Industry, The New World, Agricultural Production
36. 35 - Intellectual Production, Mankind Remade

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Faith and reason, love and virtue, morality and mortality! In these two short volumes the famous novelist, essayist, and playwright, Upton Sinclair, confided his most prized worldly wisdom for generations to come. His kind and witty personal advice both provokes and enlightens page by page.