By: Don Noble (editor)Hardback
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Easily one of America's most important novelists, John Steinbeck has been a favorite among readers of all kinds for decades. New essays describe the social and historical contexts to which Steinbeck responded in his work, evaluate the novelist's relationship with literary naturalism, and offer an ecofeminist reading of the stories of The Long Valley. Other essay selections introduce readers to key issues in the critical discussion of Steinbeck, and include examinations of Tortilla Flats, Of Mice and Men, The Grapes of Wrath and East of Eden.
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