Bread givers: a novel : a struggle between a father of the Old World and a daughter of the New

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G. Braziller, 1975 - Fiction - 297 pages
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User Review  - knotbox - LibraryThing

Quick read, enjoyable story, despite their hardships, giving insights to the changes not only immigrants but all people were facing in the inter-war period. Good perspective of the city, especially life on the lower-east side. Read full review

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User Review  - Clancy.Coonradt - LibraryThing

Very powerful book giving a great insight into the hardships women have faced in history, and how the family unit itself can be one of the main forces hindering the progress of women's rights. Read full review

Contents

CBAPTEB fACt I Hester Street i
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The Speaking Mouth of the Block
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HI The Burden Bearer
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Copyright

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About the author (1975)

Anzia Yezierska (1882-1970) emigrated from Poland to the United States in 1890. Her books include Bread Givers, How I Found America: Collected Stories, The Open Cage, and Red Ribbon on a White Horse: My Story.

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