The Jungle

What evidence is there that Jurgis is not the naif that readers met earlier in the book?

chapter twenty-four.

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In Chapter Twenty-Four, Sinclair notes that Jurgis’s journey to the home of the rich meat packer is the greatest adventure of his life. Jurgis finds it just as incomprehensible, however, that his labor is used to provide such a lavish estate.