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ANALYTICAL WRITING: ANZIA YEZIERSKA, BREAD GIVERS (1925)
This is a classic immigrant's tale, but with a twist, i.e. it's about more than immigrants and their problems of maintaining traditions of "the old country," integration, assimilation, and upward mobility. Or how to be at home in America and realize the dream of it being the goldene medina. Perhaps as much an autobiography as it is a novel, it showcases the young life of one Sara Smolinsky and her struggles as a woman. Please organize your essay around the questions below. Include an introduction (which has a thesis clearly set forth)! and conclusion. When you cite specifically from the novel, simply put the page number(s) in parentheses.
1. This novel reflects the experience of Jewish immigrants from Russia and East-Central Europe in the period c. 1880-1924. In terms of maintaining "tradition," getting an education and a job, and assimilating and integrating into American society, what problems did they experienc...
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