Bread Givers

Bread Givers is a 1925 novel by Anzia Yezierska describing the story of a girl growing up in a household run by immigrant parents originally from Poland.

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Anzia Yezierska - Writing Career
... Her most studied work, Bread Givers (1925), follows the story of a young woman struggling to live from day to day while searching to find her place in American society ... Bread Givers earned Yezierska critical acclaim and respect as a mature artist ... Bread Givers remains her best known novel ...
Bread Givers - Opinions and Interpretations
... Most critics agree that Bread Givers is a coming-of age story ... while many of the critics already mentioned believe Bread Givers is largely autobiographical, Carol Schoen has been careful to point out that Yezierska's ...

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