Navigator Heritage Series: Day of Pleasure Novel Study Guide 1 Year License
Author(s): COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY
In A Day of Pleasure, Isaac Bashevis Singer takes the reader on a journey back to his boyhood in Poland in the early 1900s. Through the telling of 19 events in his childhood, beginning with a move to Krochmalna Street in Warsaw, a lasting picture of Jewish life during this era is painted. His boyhood struggles between right and wrong, as well as merely surviving in a harsh environment, provide the reader with an understanding of the power behind the children’s literature that he has written.