5 edition of Jews without money found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PS3513.O29 J49 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||264 p. (large print) ;|
|Number of Pages||264|
|LC Control Number||96021361|
Jews without money by Michael Gold; 7 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Social life and customs, Jewish ghettos, Jews, Fiction; Places: New York, NewYork. Jews Without Money Book Summary and Study Guide. Michael Gold Booklist Michael Gold Message Board. Detailed plot synopsis reviews of Jews Without Money; Gold's autobiographical novel is set on the East Side of New York City in a slum populated mainly by Jewish immigrants from Eastern Europe. His father is a painter, but suffers from sickness.
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Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Jews without money by Michael Gold, Febru , Carroll & Graf edition, Paperback in English - 3rd editionCited by: Jews Without Money is an interesting portrayal of the tenement upbringing of early twentieth century Lower East Side, NY. Michael Gold was the pen name for this Communist writer. I handled his papers at the Labadie Collection at the University of Michigan. Just recently, I took this book off my shelf and read through some.
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Beginning in the s his was a powerful journalistic voice for social change and human rights, and Jews Without Money--the author's only novel--is a passionate record of the times. First published inthis fictionalized autobiography offered an unusually candid look at the thieves, gangsters, and ordinary citizens who struggled against brutal odds in lower East Side by: Jews Without Money, Michael Gold, Bard Books, This is a partly autobiographical novel of life in the tenements of New York's Lower East Side in the early part of this century.
It's a day-in-the-life tale of thieves, gangsters, and honest folks just trying to get by in a new country/5(). The Paperback of the Jews Without Money: A Novel by Michael Gold at Barnes & Noble.
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As a writer and political activist in early-twentieth-century America, Michael Gold was an important presence on the American cultural scene for more than three decades/5(43).
Jews Without Money is a semi-autobiographical novel by American author and journalist Irwin Granich, writing under the pen name Mike Gold, first published in Based loosely on Gold’s childhood, it is set in New York City beginning in the s, in a slum on the Lower East Side largely populated by Jewish n: Like Henry Roth's Call It Sleep and Abraham Cahan's The Rise and Fall of David Levinsky, Jews Without Money is a literary landmark of the Jewish experience.
Michael Gold (–) was born in 3/5(2). Jews Without Money is based on its author’s own childhood. It re-creates the Jewish immigrant Lower East Side in Manhattan in which he lived, and it provides insight into the life of first-and. The characters in Jews Without Money contribute to the growth of Mike.
He runs wild in the slums of the Lower East Side, playing with his “Gang of Little Yids.” He describes the bums, horse. Other articles where Jews Without Money is discussed: American literature: Lyric fictionists: War I: Michael Gold’s harsh Jews Without Money () and Henry Roth’s Proustian Call It Sleep (), one of the greatest novels of the decade.
They followed in the footsteps of Anzia Yezierska, a prolific writer of the s whose passionate books about immigrant Jews, especially Bread Givers. Jews Without Money: A Novel - Kindle edition by Gold, Michael. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Jews Without Money: A Novel/5(36). This landmark work presaged the so-called literature of the proletarian thirties, and is the quintessential novel of poor Jews. Michael Gold’s Jews Without Money tells the story of Jewish poverty in one ghetto, that of New same story could have been told in hundreds of other ghettoes scattered all over the world, especially in Europe, prior to the rise of Nazism/5(3).
Jews Without Money is based on its author’s own childhood, Michael Gold. It re-creates the Jewish immigrant Lower East Side in Manhattan in which he lived, and it provides insight into the life of first- and second-generation Jewish Americans around the turn of the twentieth century.
Like Henry Roth's Call It Sleep and Abraham Cahan's The Rise and Fall of David Levinsky, Jews Without Money is a literary landmark of the Jewish experience. Click on the price to find out more about a /5().
All but unknown and unread today, Jews Without Money was among the first novels to depict the teeming center of Eastern European immigrant life in its shadowy heyday.
First published inthe novel—a thinly disguised coming-of-age memoir—was a huge best-seller, went through 11 printings and was translated into 15 languages. JEWS WITHOUT MONEY, Boni & Liveright,first edition (second printing), near fine in vg William Siegel illustrated dustwrapper with some light wear and tear and chipping with woodcuts by Howard Simon.
An autobiographical novel of Jewish culture in the lower east side of. Throughout the s Gold worked on his only novel, Jews Without Money, a fictionalized autobiography about growing up in the impoverished world of the Lower East Side.
Published inshortly after the onset of the Great Depression, it was an immediate success and went through many print-runs in its first years and was translated into over 14 ry movement: Proletarian literature. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features.
Try it now. Jews Without Money. Michael Gold. International Publishers, - Jews - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. This landmark work presaged the so-called literature of the proletarian thirties, and is the quintessential novel of poor Jews.
Michael Gold’s Jews Without Money tells the story of Jewish poverty in one ghetto, that of New same story could have been told in hundreds of other ghettoes scattered all over the world, especially in Europe, prior to the rise of : $ First published inthis fictionalized autobiography offered an unusually candid look at the thieves, gangsters, and ordinary citizens who struggled against brutal odds on the Lower East Side of Manhattan.
This book is a literary landmark of the Jewish experience. -- from Back Cover. "Jews without money" seems to me far more remarkable for its political positions than for its writing. Gold is, to put it bluntly, not a particularly skilled wordsmith.
His limitations are obvious from the first page. Nevertheless this novel/memoir makes for fascinating reading.5/5(5). Jews without money Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Language English.
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