John Steinbeck

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United States writer noted for his novels about agricultural workers (1902-1968)

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The novel John Steinbeck didn't finish in 1957 was the story of an American man who watched one too many Westerns on television, then put on a cowboy hat and set out to correct the injustices he saw all around him.
I visited his widow about a year later with John Steinbeck IV and his then-wife, Crystal.
The classic John Steinbeck OF MICE AND MEN (9780142429181, $19.
Among the writers featured are Willa Cather, Vladimir Nabokov, John Steinbeck, Toni Morrison, John Dos Passos, Sinclair Lewis, and Leslie Marmon Silko.
It is also a literary gift to every reader who dreams about playing hooky for a chance to eat lunch with the likes of Ray Bradbury or John Steinbeck.
WITH reference to your Quick Quiz on October 6, I don't recall John Steinbeck ever writing the Grapes of Mice and Men unless it's a book he wrote but never published whilst he and his pet mouse were recovering from a bad case of haemorrhoids
1902: John Steinbeck, author (The Grapes Of Wrath), was born in California.
Illustrated with full-color photography throughout, A Journey Through Literary America is a book for book lovers--surveying great American authors from Ralph Waldo Emerson to John Steinbeck, Sinclair Lewis, Ernest Hemingway, E.
My favourite authors are PG Wodehouse, Joseph Heller and John Steinbeck, as I especially enjoy fiction.
John Steinbeck moved to Sag Harbor on the north fork of Long Island in 1958.
However good the supporting company - and here it is excellent - the John Steinbeck classic about two likeable hicks who move from one ranch to another in America's Deep South in search of work depends completely on the bond that they have established and the confidence with which it is portrayed.
In what is believed to represent a new world record for a book by US author John Steinbeck, an edition of The Grapes of Wrath sold at an auction on Monday (19 February) for USD47,800.
John Steinbeck and his wife lived in the Steinbeck family cottage from 1930 to 1936, when they moved to Las Gatos.
3) John Steinbeck, Of k4ice and Men: A Play in Three Acts (New York: Covici-Friede, 1937), p.
Salinger, The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck, To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, and The Color Purple by Alice Walker.