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By Don Noble

Simply considered one of America's most vital novelists, John Steinbeck has been a favourite between readers of every kind for many years. New essays describe the social and historic contexts to which Steinbeck spoke back in his paintings, evaluation the novelist's dating with literary naturalism, and supply an ecofeminist studying of the tales of The lengthy Valley. different essay choices introduce readers to key concerns within the serious dialogue of Steinbeck, and contain examinations of Tortilla apartments, Of Mice and males, The Grapes of Wrath and East of Eden.

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