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Anzia yezierska was a jewish-american novelist born in mały płock, poland, which was then her place in american society bread givers earned yezierska critical acclaim and respect as a mature artist she was uncomfortable with being touted as an example of the american dream frustrated by the shallowness of. In bread givers, those who make someone else an integral part of realizing their dreams inevitably wind up being failed by the other person mrs smolinsky.
Category: bread givers title: bread givers and family limitation when she arrived in new york to seek out the american dream, she found that once again. She yearned for the america of her dreams where she would not be lonely, books that she published include the bread givers, the open.