Out of This Furnace was written by Thomas Bell in 1941, describing the lives/strugglesof three generations of Slovak, but more specifically, Hungarian immigrant workers in the United States steel mills. The novel has four parts, each following one main character from threegenerations of this said Slovak family: Kracha, Mike Dobrejcak, Mary, and Dobie. Bell beginsthe story with the part one, following George Kracha. He has just arrived in America by goingfrom Budapest, then to Bremen, and finally ended in New…...
Out of This Furnace is a historical fiction that was written by Thomas Bell in 1941 and describes the life of immigrant workers in America. Bell grew up in Braddock in Pennsylvania, a mill town that was typical of many of the industrialized areas in America at that time. His novel reflects the hardships his family faced as they struggled to survive in the “new country” and he utilizes the medium of a fictional story to challenge the capitalist ideals…...
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