Yezierska, Anzia. Bread Givers. (New York: Persea Books, 1925). ISBN: 0-89255-014-7.
1. Analyze two different and general hardships the Smolinsky
family encountered as immigrants.
(Explain why Smolinsky’s troubles were problems arising from their immigrant experiences rather than family experiences. Use your textbook to understand how white, working-class American experiences and immigrant experiences differ. For example, state a general hardship the Smolinsky family experienced, provide a couple examples relevant to that particular hardship, and explain how a typical working-class, white American would experience it in a different way. I do not want a list of family hardships. Be clear and specific in your explanations. Do some analysis!
2. Explain two different and general obstacles that Sara
encountered in her struggle for personal independence and
self-fulfillment. Explain how she overcame them.
(I do not want a list of Sara's experiences. For example, state your general idea and provide a couple examples relevant to your idea. If you just provide examples without stating your point, I will not be able to understand what point you are trying to make. Be clear and specific in your explanations. Do some analysis!
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