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Be the first to write a review About this product. About this product Product Information The socialist masterpiece by the first recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for fiction For Billy, an aspiring writer struggling to reconcile his sympathy for the workingman with his middle-class allegiance to capitalist progress, the New York waterfront becomes a window on the world.
There he bears witness to the explosive tensions between labor and capital, falling under the influence of two divergent mentors: Dillon, accomplished engineer and friend of the establishment; and Kramer, who has forsaken every comfort to live in the slums and preach the gospel of unionism. When the Harbor erupts in violence, Billy must choose for himself which path to follow.
A muckraking classic, The Harbor is Ernest Poole's most famous novel and a defining portrayal of twentieth-century socialism. Additional Product Features Dewey Edition. To the small company of exceptions should be added The Harbor itself, by Ernest Poole, which Penguin Classics has rescued from oblivion.
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