This thesis is based on the study of the cultural and social conditions in mary antin's the promised land, which is an autobiographical account the purpose of. The classic american text that gave life to the underlying “from to” formula was mary antin's autobiography, the promised land (1912), offering a vivid account. They were segregated to this land by the czar of russia and where prosperity was a difficult task because of over taxation mary antin even describes how. Antin's works often chronicled the immigrant experience in the united states she is best known for her memoir, the promised land (1912), which lyrically. Mary antin was born in polotzk in the pale of settlement, the area of czarist after the promised land, antin wrote one more book, they who knock at the.
As i will discuss later, he also attacked mary antin (1881-1949), a prominent russian-born author who wrote an autobiographical novel the promised land. Her american name was mary antin, and the title of her book was the promised land mary was born in polotzk, a village some three hundred miles west of. In 1891, when mary antin immigrated from polotsk, russia, to boston, “a number of political influence in legislative debates1 in the promised land, antin. Antin had recently published the promised land, a memoir of her emigration from russia to boston's south end she believed that the strength of her story lay .
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Mary antin's (1881–1949) autobiography, the promised land (1912), was published as american fears concerning masses of immigrants entering the country. Mary antin (2013) “the promised land”, p60, courier corporation 43 copy quote report it is only that my illusion is more real to me than reality and so do . Mary antin's the promised land memoir of a young jewish woman who left eastern europe for boston in the early 20th century and became a successful author.