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First edition (publ. Channel Press)

The Cup of Fury is a 1956 non-fiction work [1] by Upton Sinclair[2] describing how alcohol affected the lives of many writers including Jack London, Ben Hecht and Hart Crane.

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  1. ^ "scan of The Cup of Fury". Retrieved 28 December 2017.
  2. ^ "The Cup of Fury by Upton Sinclair". Retrieved 7 March 2010.
  • Franklin, Denson (April 22, 1956). "Living In These Days". Gadsden Times. One of the most amazing books that I have seen is The Cup of Fury by Upton Sinclair. He is a vigorous writer whose works have had far-reaching effects on social and political life in our ...
  • Berry, Graham (August 26, 1956). "Upton Sinclair Near 78 and He's Still Crusading". Los Angeles Times. p. B6. Approaching his 78th birthday, Upton Sinclair, prolific Puritan of the pen, Pulitzer prize ... last spring a slim crusading - and successful - volume, "The Cup of Fury.