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The Bread Givers, a novel by Anzia Yezierska first published in 1925, concerns Jewish immigrant life in New York City. The main struggle in the book is between an immigrant father who refuses to change and his daughter who is growing up in America.
This guide will help you with researching the historical and literary background for The Bread Givers. Information about using MLA style is also included.
After this class, you will be able to:
Find periodical articles, including scholarly articles, on the Rutgers University Libraries site.
Document what you find as you go and prepare a preliminary bibliography in MLA format from database output.
Find books in the Rutgers system.
Diagram by Minglu Wang, Data Services Librarian, 2009.
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