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Bread Givers is narrated by its protagonist, Sara Smolinsky. It is written in the first person and is limited to Sara's own perceptions.
Bread Givers is written in the past tense.
"Bread Givers" is a term the protagonist, Sara, uses to refer to providers. It is used with some verbal irony in reference to the men of the story, who do little to actually provide for their wives and daughters. Sara, however, is determined to be her own "bread giver."
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