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Christ in Concrete
by Pietro di Donato
A powerful epic of Italian American life and a classic in the literature of immigration, Christ in Concrete focuses on a family struggling against prejudice and the harsh realities of Depression-era America.
About the Author
The death of Pietro di Donato’s immigrant father sent Pietro to work at twelve as a bricklayer. His acclaimed, semi-autobiographical bestseller, Christ in Concrete (1939), was a seminal novel that influenced a generation of writers.