Published in 1901, and first performed to great success in 1908, Zangwill's play features a Jewish immigrant's assimilation into American culture. David Quixano emigrates from Russia after his family is murdered in a pogrom. Once in the United States he writes a symphony, "The Crucible," and falls in love with a young Russian woman whose family hides a shocking secret.
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BARNES & NOBLE
June 06, 2011
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