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Oil! is a novel by Upton Sinclair, first published in 1926–27 and told as a third-person narrative, with only the opening pages written in the first person. The book was written in the context of the Harding administration's Teapot Dome Scandal and takes place in Southern California. It is a social and political satire skewering the human foibles of all its characters. The main character is James Arnold Ross Jr., nicknamed Bunny, son of an oil tycoon. Bunny's sympathetic feelings toward oilfield workers and socialists provoke arguments with his father throughout the story.

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  • Petrolo! - estas konata libro de la fama usona verkisto. * aŭtoro: Upton Sinclair * tradukisto: William Bailey * eldonejo: The Esperanto Publishing Company Limited * jaro de kompono kaj unua eldono: 1936 * jaro de la reeldono: * presejo: * formato: 2 volumoj (306 kaj 320 paĝoj) (eo)
  • ¡Petróleo! es una novela de 1927 escrita por el autor estadounidense Upton Sinclair. La novela se ambienta en el Sur de California durante el periodo del escándalo del Teapot Dome durante la administración de Warren G. Harding. El personaje principal de la novela es James Arnold Ross Jr., apodado Bunny, el hijo de un magnate petrolero. La simpatía que Bunny siente por los trabajadores petroleros y por el socialismo provoca discusiones frecuentes con su padre durante toda la novela. (es)
  • Oil! is a novel by Upton Sinclair, first published in 1926–27 and told as a third-person narrative, with only the opening pages written in the first person. The book was written in the context of the Harding administration's Teapot Dome Scandal and takes place in Southern California. It is a social and political satire skewering the human foibles of all its characters. The main character is James Arnold Ross Jr., nicknamed Bunny, son of an oil tycoon. Bunny's sympathetic feelings toward oilfield workers and socialists provoke arguments with his father throughout the story. The novel served as a loose inspiration for the 2007 film There Will Be Blood. (en)
  • Oil! (Petróleo em Portugal; sem publicações no Brasil é um romance de Upton Sinclair publicado em 1927. O livro foi escrito no contexto do Escândalo de Teapot Dome da administração de Warren G. Harding, 29º presidente dos Estados Unidos, e se passa na Califórnia do Sul. É uma sátira social e política desenvolvida através das fraquezas de todos os seus personagens. O personagem principal é James Arnold Ross Jr., apelidado de Bunny, filho de um magnata do petróleo. O sentimento solidário de Bunny aos trabalhadores dos campos de petróleo e aos socialistas provoca altercações com seu pai ao longo da história. (pt)
  • «Нефть!» (англ. Oil!) — роман Эптона Синклера, вышедший в 1927 году. От третьего лица рассказывается история Джеймса Арнольда Росса-младшего (Бенни), сына крупного нефтепромышленника Джеймса Арнольда Росса. (ru)
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  • First edition (en)
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  • United States (en)
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  • English (en)
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  • Oil! (en)
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  • Albert & Charles Boni (en)
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  • Albert & Charles Boni
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  • Petrolo! - estas konata libro de la fama usona verkisto. * aŭtoro: Upton Sinclair * tradukisto: William Bailey * eldonejo: The Esperanto Publishing Company Limited * jaro de kompono kaj unua eldono: 1936 * jaro de la reeldono: * presejo: * formato: 2 volumoj (306 kaj 320 paĝoj) (eo)
  • ¡Petróleo! es una novela de 1927 escrita por el autor estadounidense Upton Sinclair. La novela se ambienta en el Sur de California durante el periodo del escándalo del Teapot Dome durante la administración de Warren G. Harding. El personaje principal de la novela es James Arnold Ross Jr., apodado Bunny, el hijo de un magnate petrolero. La simpatía que Bunny siente por los trabajadores petroleros y por el socialismo provoca discusiones frecuentes con su padre durante toda la novela. (es)
  • «Нефть!» (англ. Oil!) — роман Эптона Синклера, вышедший в 1927 году. От третьего лица рассказывается история Джеймса Арнольда Росса-младшего (Бенни), сына крупного нефтепромышленника Джеймса Арнольда Росса. (ru)
  • Oil! is a novel by Upton Sinclair, first published in 1926–27 and told as a third-person narrative, with only the opening pages written in the first person. The book was written in the context of the Harding administration's Teapot Dome Scandal and takes place in Southern California. It is a social and political satire skewering the human foibles of all its characters. The main character is James Arnold Ross Jr., nicknamed Bunny, son of an oil tycoon. Bunny's sympathetic feelings toward oilfield workers and socialists provoke arguments with his father throughout the story. (en)
  • Oil! (Petróleo em Portugal; sem publicações no Brasil é um romance de Upton Sinclair publicado em 1927. O livro foi escrito no contexto do Escândalo de Teapot Dome da administração de Warren G. Harding, 29º presidente dos Estados Unidos, e se passa na Califórnia do Sul. É uma sátira social e política desenvolvida através das fraquezas de todos os seus personagens. (pt)
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  • ¡Petróleo! (es)
  • Oil! (en)
  • Petróleo! (pt)
  • Нефть! (ru)
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