Between the Hills and the Sea
Literature of American Labor
Published by: Cornell University Press
566 pages, 140.00 x 216.00 x 29.00 mm
- ISBN: 9780875461540
- Published: December 2017
Between the Hills and the Sea by Katya and Bert Gilden vividly portrays the disillusionment of working-class idealists in the late 1940s and early 1950s. Originally published in 1971, the book is an absorbing novel. It also provides an authentic portrait of the social dynamics in a factory town and the effects of McCarthyism on working people's lives.
"A huge documentary that is strong stuff, real and tragic."~Publishers Weekly