Book review: Triangle: The fire that changed America
The book, “Triangle: The Fire that Changed America” was written by David Von Drehle. The book’s setting is in New York principally in the Greenwich Village and tenements of the Lower East Side. The book talks more concerning the fire at the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in New York City in March, 1911. The incidence claims lives of around 146 women and men, and the majority of them were young women who died during the half hour when the fire blazed. The book covers the very largest industrial tragedy that has ever occurred in New York City.
The author of this book, David Von Drehle, focuses on writing about novelist as compared to the historian since he seems to attract his audience towards the diverse scenes as covered in the book.