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Joe Magarac and his U.S.A. citizen papers
|Statement||pictures by James Daugherty.|
|LC Classifications||PZ9.S3075 Jo|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||48008613|
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Joe Magarac and His U.S.A. Citizen Papers Paperback – May 1, by Irwin Shapiro (Author) See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" — Author: Irwin Shapiro. Get this from a library. Joe Magarac and his U.S.A. citizen papers. [Irwin Shapiro; James Daugherty] -- Presents the tale of the Hungarian-born hero of the western Pennsylvania steel mills who could make steel rails bare-fingered.
Joe Magarac and His U.S.A. Citizen Papers. Irwin Shapiro. University of Pittsburgh Press, - Fiction in English - 58 pages. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Contents. Section 1. Section 2. Section 3. Joe Magarac and His USA Citizen Papers is a novel for children by the American writer Irwin Shapiro (–) set in the steel valley of Pittsburgh, tells the story of the "legendary" steelworker Joe Magarac, who when a mill boss tells him that he needs $1, to get his American citizenship papers, goes on a working spree to earn the : Irwin Shapiro (–).
Add one to the list of great American folk-lore work characters, for Shapiro, who has given us Casey Jones, John Henry, Davy Crockett and others, now does the story of Joe Magarac, the legendary hero of the steel mills. Joe was made of steel, he could make steel rails faster and better than anyone in the United States.
And he did, until a Congressman told him to go back where he came from. Joe Magarac and His U.S.A. Citizen Papers. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, "Western PA. Has Its Own Folk Hero In Legend of Mighty Steelworker." Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. 21 Aug C6. Photo credits include Bruce S.
Cridlebaugh at That’s what Irwin Shapiro does in his children’s book, Joe Magarac and His U.S. Citizenship Papers. While Shapiro’s story follows the same contours as Francis’, his post-WWII version contains an added element: Magarac’s in legal trouble for not being a citizen.
Joe Magarac and His U.S.A. Citizen Papers by James Henry Daugherty,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(2). Joe Magarac and His USA Citizen Papers is a novel for children by the American writer Irwin Shapiro (–) set in the steel valley of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
It tells the story of the "legendary" steelworker Joe Magarac, who when a mill boss tells him that he needs $1, to get his American citizenship papers, goes on a working spree. Whether Magarac is still living often rests on his ability to change from steel into human form.
In the comic "Joe Magarac and His U.S.A. Citizen Papers" written by Irwin Shapiro and illustrated by James Daugherty, in which Magarac is a superhuman immigrant made of steel. Author of Yankee Thunder, The story of Yankee whaling, Joe Magarac and his U.S.A.
citizen papers, Darwin and the enchanted isles, Heroes in American folklore, The gift of magic sleep, Paul Bunyan tricks a dragon, The hungry ghost mystery. Beyond the above, the text that first and foremost drew my attention in his direction was Joe Magarac and His U.S.A.
Citizen Papers, was written by Irwin Shapiro, illustrated by James Daugherty and published by Julian Messner in In this instance of the story, Joe is still an ambiguously nonhuman or superhuman “immigrant,” but there.
Joe Magarac and His U.S.A. Citizen Papers. Irwin Shapiro. Out of Stock. grant life in Pittsburgh. A passage from Joe Magarac and His U S.A Citizen Papers suggests a symboic characterization of. the legendary folk hero and the irgthigrants who became.
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