Nine bells at the breaker: an immigrant's story : a novel
A novel on immigrant coal miners in Pennsylvania early this century. It features an uncouth Pole who hoodwinks a bride by pretending he is not a miner and spends his life abusing her. A tale of poverty and making babies.
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