Need an research paper on the breadgivers by anzia yerzierska. Needs to be 10 pages. Please no plagiarism. The female child is victimized at every step of life, from the moment of birth, notwithstanding the fact that it is she who sacrifices at those interventions. This is the general backgrounder information about the life of the female, in societies all over the world. But in this modern materialistic era, the woman finds herself in complex situations. Alice Kessler-Harris, in her foreword to the book, “The Breadgivers,” points out, “Her woman’s voice found a universal audience in a generation that sought to locate its own identities more firmly and mined memoir and biography for the larger meaning of a materially laden world.”(xii) The problem is further aggravated by an ambitious woman. Harris continues, “…as the young woman yearning to find a place in the world. as the aspiring intellectual trying to figure out what to give back. as the isolated adult searching for community.”(xvii) To get uprooted from one country under forced and tragic circumstances and to establish from the scratch in a new country to find an identity is a tough asking. The “Breadgivers” by Anzia Yerzierska (1889-1970), a Polish Jewish immigrant, is the story about one such individual. Through her trials, tribulations, duty and beauty of life, she tries to find out assiduously its real meaning. She confronts the normal challenges in the life of a woman and succeeds in finding the answer for the special challenges too. The important themes dealt with in the book are– the perils of dependence, the pressure of family obligations and individual independence, and the evergreen theme of human life—the elusive happiness. These themes need to be understood from the perspectives of life of women of the era to which the author belonged.
2. Poverty is a curse and abject poverty on the verge of starvation is a double-tragedy for any family. The Smolinksy family is placed in the latter category. .
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