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A Jewish immigrant family.
Assimilate the New Culture
The Smolinski family in Bread Givers was a typical immigrant family who faced struggles during the assimilation process. By looking at Sara and her father's perspectives that there is a gap of cultural differences and generational differences separated between them, where most immigrants' family faces. As a child of immigrant Sara was bound by her native culture, but she unlike her other sisters took the courage and effort by abandoning her own culture to assimilate the dominant American culture. She also have sacrificed her family separation, her youth and exper…
- A Jewish immigrant family.
- Essay on "Grapes of Wrath" by Steinbeck. Examines the different ways Joads tried to keep united within the family or with others who shared the same struggles and sufferings.
- Memoirs of Gluckel of Hameln. Details 60 years of life as a Jewish woman in the middle ages
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