Black Fury (novel)
|Genre||Novel, Proletarian literature|
|Media type||Print (Hardback)|
The concept for Black Fury was adapted from the short story "Jan Volkanik" by Musmanno and the play Bohunk by Harry R. Irving, based on an actual 1929 incident in which John Barkoski, a striking coal miner, was beaten to death by company detectives.
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