Definition of Sinclair, Upton in English:

Sinclair, Upton

Syllabification: Sin·clair, Upton
Pronunciation: /sinˈkle(ə)r
( 1878–1968), US novelist and social reformer; full name Upton Beall Sinclair. He agitated for social justice in 79 books, including The Jungle (1906) and the 11-volume “Lanny Budd” series (1940–53).

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