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Fri Mar 21 17:15:19 2014 UTClccn-n790814600.08Of mice and men0.210.35John Steinbeck as propagandist the moon is down goes to war /96992551John_Steinbeckn 790814604738938314001IshtāynʹbikIshtāynʹbik, 1902-1968Ishtāynʹbik, JānIshtāynʹbik, Jān, 1902-1968Ištāynbik, Ǧān, 1902-1968John SteinbeckShtaynbik, Jān, 1902-1968Ssu-t`an-pei-k`o, 1902-1968Ssu-t`an-pei-k`o, Yüeh-han, 1902-1968Ssu-tʻan-pei-kʻoSsu-tʻan-pei-kʻo, 1902-1968Ssu-tʻan-pei-kʻo, Yüeh-han, 1902-1968Sṭainbeḳ, G'.Sṭainbeḳ, G'., 1902-1968Stainmpek, Tzōn.Stai̇nmpek, Tzōn 1902-1968Stajnbek, Dž.Štajnbek, DžonStajnbek, Džon 1902-1968Štāynbik, Ǧūn, 1902-1968Steinbeck.Steinbeck, 1902-1968Steïnbeck, Dzhon 1902-1968Steinbeck, JohnSteinbeck, John ErnestSteinbeck, John Ernest, 1902-1968Steinbeck, John Ernst.Steinbeck, John Ernst, 1902-1968Steĭnbek, DzhonSteïnbek, Dzhon, 1902-1968Šteinbeks, Džons, 1902-1968Stejnbek, Džon.Stejnbek, Džon, 1902-1968Sṭenbeḳ, G'onSṭenbeḳ, G'on, 1902-1968Steynbek, ConSteynbek, Con, 1902-1968Sutainbekku, Jon ĀnsutoSutainbekku, Jon Ānsuto, 1902-1968Стейнбек, ДжонСтейнбек, Джон, 1902-1968Стейнбек, Джон Эрнст, 1902-1968ג׳והן, סטיינרגסטיינבק, ג׳סטיינבק, ג׳והןסטיינבק, ג׳והן, 1902־1968סטיינבק, ג׳וןסטיינבק, ג׳ון, 1902־1968סטײנבק, ג׳והן, 1902־1968סטײנבק, ג׳ון, 1902־1968استاين‌بك، جان ارنستجون شتاينبك، 1902-1968جون شتاينيك، 1902-1968ستاينبك، جونستاينبيك، جون، 1902-1968شتاينبك، جونشتاينبك، چونشتاينبيك، جون، 1902-1968شتينبك، جونشتينبك، جون، 1902-1968ジョン.スタインベックジョン.スタインベック, 1902-1968ジョンスタインベックジョンスタインベック, 1902-1968スタインベック, ジョンスタインベック, ジョン, 1902-1968スタインベック, ジョン・Elccn-n79003304Faulkner, William1897-1962lccn-n78078534Hemingway, Ernest1899-1961auiothlccn-n79018026French, Warren G.1922-comedtlccn-n79054915Hayashi, Tetsumarocomedtlccn-n79054341Wolfe, Thomas1900-1938lccn-n80001431Dos Passos, John1896-1970lccn-n95028538Shillinglaw, Susanauispkedtlccn-n79055298Ricketts, Edward Flanders1897-1948crpdtelccn-n83142513DeMott, Robert J.1943-auianncwtedtlccn-n79003258Bloom, HaroldedtSteinbeck, John1902-1968FictionDomestic fictionPsychological fictionCriticism, interpretation, etcDramaBiographyRecords and correspondenceJuvenile worksPolitical fictionFilm adaptationsSteinbeck, John,CaliforniaCalifornia--Salinas River ValleyMigrant agricultural laborersUnited StatesDepressionsCalifornia--MontereyLabor campsRanch lifeCowboysRural familiesNovelists, AmericanManners and customsFathers and sonsSibling rivalryChildren of prostitutesBrothersMale friendshipTravelPeople with mental disabilitiesCalifornia--Monterey--Cannery RowPearl diversAmerican fictionAvariceMexicoCommunity lifeWestern storiesMarine biologistsConduct of lifeGrapes of wrath (Steinbeck, John)MenBoysLiteratureGrocery trade--EmployeesStrikes and lockoutsLabor movementWorld War (1939-1945)OklahomaHispanic AmericansPoniesFriendshipArthurian romancesTravelersBus travelWar storiesDos Passos, John,Lewis, Sinclair,Wolfe, Thomas,Kings and rulersKnights and knighthood19021968190619181919192119281929193119321933193419351936193719381939194019411942194319441945194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014345209443216886813.52PS3537.T3234ocn681959009ocn048016538ocn054386258ocn175289297ocn800308541ocn797637810ocn799714094ocn781373092ocn781351077ocn799785099ocn800487617ocn799651989ocn800019075ocn799568431ocn799240492ocn003856405ocn691971976ocn692028801ocn691971974ocn692028803ocn692028804ocn692028806ocn692028799ocn692027584ocn692027587ocn676909853ocn723668384ocn774031036ocn723486170ocn074482037ocn073818676ocn073482724ocn709716494ocn869269913ocn452891742ocn468619570ocn674274173ocn762048689ocn742885063ocn415384966ocn767411901ocn258110401ocn833207813ocn258566828ocn256131268ocn440198609ocn440029323ocn440105548ocn439167195ocn691286725ocn797454066ocn691269887ocn691225445ocn468619570ocn733662629ocn440109914ocn767465038ocn777598657ocn441731645ocn690350206ocn759751411ocn691887709ocn220161084ocn074058493ocn084653022ocn027041879Novelists, American17691629ocn000289946book19370.20Steinbeck, JohnThe grapes of wrathHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksFictionDramaStudy guidesDomestic fictionHistorical fictionPolitical fictionYoung adult worksThe story of a farm family's Depression-era journey from the Dustbowl of Oklahoma to the California migrant labor camps in search of a better life+-+663292269614032561ocn029187600book19350.16Steinbeck, JohnOf mice and menHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksFictionDramaStudy guidesPsychological fictionWestern storiesYoung adult works"They are an unlikely pair: George is "small and quick and dark of face"; Lennie, a man of tremendous size, has the mind of a young child. Yet they have formed a "family," clinging together in the face of lonelinss and alienation. Laborers in California's dusty vegetable fields, they hustle work when they can, living a hand-to-mouth existence. For George and Lennie have a plan: to own an acre of land and a shack they can call their own. When they land jobs on a ranch in the Salinas Valley, the fulfillment of their dream seems to be within their grasp. But even George cannot guard Lennie from the provocations of a flirtatious woman, nor predict the consequences of Lennie's unswerving obedience to the things George taught him"--+-+148226596511578332ocn048177186book19520.20Steinbeck, JohnEast of EdenHistoryJuvenile worksGlossaries, vocabularies, etcFictionRecords and correspondencePsychological fictionDomestic fictionHistorical fictionYoung adult worksThis sprawling and often brutal novel, set in the rich farmlands of California's Salinas Valley, follows the intertwined destinies of two families--the Trasks' and the Hamilton's--whose generations helplessly reenact the fall of Adam and Eve and the poisonous rivalry of Cain and Abel. The story of two brothers, Aron is a clean-cut model student, engaged to be married, the pride of his hardworking father. Cal is a rebellious loner, sternly rejected by his father+-+087955796510214407ocn000743812book19450.17Steinbeck, JohnThe pearlJuvenile worksFictionParablesYoung adult worksBased on a Mexican folktale, this is the story of the great pearl found by a poor fisherman, the sorrow it brought to his family, and how it was lost again+-+83823659659127268ocn000715945book19320.12Steinbeck, JohnThe red ponyCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksFictionBildungsromansYoung adult worksThe classic story of a boy's journey to manhood under the joys and hardships of ranch life+-+61822659658536269ocn000175742book19390.20Steinbeck, JohnCannery rowFictionLove storiesVividly depicts the colorful, sometimes disreputable, inhabitants of a run-down area in Monterey, California+-+33822659657905496ocn000289883book19350.22Steinbeck, JohnTortilla flatCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionLegendsWestern storiesThe adventures and experiences of Danny, his friends, and his house set in Monterrey, California just before World WarII+-+25979559657255162ocn000289882book19410.20Steinbeck, JohnThe winter of our discontentFictionDomestic fictionEthan Hawley, a descendant of proud New England sea captains, works as a clerk in the grocery store owned by an Italian immigrant. His wife is restless; his teenaged children are troubled and discontented, hungry for the tantalizing material comforts he cannot provide. Then one day, in a moment of moral crisis, Ethan decides to take a holiday from his own scrupulous standards+-+28023659655559275ocn000289940book19410.22Steinbeck, JohnThe moon is down, a novelHistoryJuvenile worksFictionDramaWar stories, AmericanSteinbeck's comment on the moral and ethical implications of war, begins in an unknown town that has just been occupied by a small regiment of enemy soldiers. With no altenrnative, the Mayor of the town agrees to meet with the enemy to try to work out a plan for peaceful co-existence before the impending war goes much further+-+91923659655181185ocn025676566book19360.24Steinbeck, JohnIn dubious battleFictionPolitical fictionStory of a strike among California fruit pickers+-+26913659654599143ocn000289886book19460.23Steinbeck, JohnThe wayward busFictionPsychological fictionYoung adult worksThe ambitions, dreams, failings, and innermost thoughts of a diverse group of passengers are revealed as they travel aboard a bus along the backroads of California+-+02328979654355148ocn000643817book19340.23Steinbeck, JohnSweet ThursdayFictionDomestic fictionYoung adult worksIn Monterey, on the California coast, Sweet Thursday is what they call the day after Lousy Wednesday, which is one of those days that are just naturally bad. Returning to the scene of Cannery Row+-+75023659654102177ocn000289941book19380.24Steinbeck, JohnThe long valleyHistoryFictionShort storiesPresents a collection of short stories, including "The Murder," "The Chrysanthemums," "Flight," and "The Red Pony."+-+1092365965403599ocn000289956book19530.23Steinbeck, JohnShort novels: Tortilla Flat, the red pony, Of mice and men, the moon is down, Cannery Row, the pearlFictionShort storiesFor contents and other editions, see Author Catalog+-+4220568965394193ocn002388189book19760.20Steinbeck, JohnThe acts of King Arthur and his noble knights : from the Winchester mss. of Thomas Malory and other sourcesJuvenile worksFolkloreFictionLegendsRomancesAdventure storiesHistorical fictionA retelling, in modern language, of Malory's tales of King Arthur and his knights+-+9973655215325391ocn000289935book19570.24Steinbeck, JohnThe short reign of Pippin IV; a fabricationHistoryFictionSatireA satire on French politics follows the fate of amateur astronomer Pippin Heristal after he is drafted to rule the unruly French. Bored, Pippin is instrumental in starting a revolution+-+1194858965305376ocn058390843rcrd19780.08Steinbeck, JohnOf mice and menFictionPsychological fictionHistorical fictionWestern storiesIn depression-era California, two migrant workers dream of better days on a spread of their own until an act of unintentional violence leads to tragic consequences+-+14822659652961164ocn000364942book19290.24Steinbeck, JohnCup of gold : a life of Sir Henry Morgan, buccaneer, with occasional reference to historyFictionBiographical fictionHistorical fiction"Devoured by lust and greed, Morgan still had two ambitions; first to possess the mysterious woman known as La Santa Roja, and second, to conquer Panama." *** "Henry Morgan, a son of the Welsh glens, sails for the Indies at 15 where he is enslaved in Barbados before coming the lieutenant governor of Jamaica." *** "Henry Morgan ruled the Spanish Main in the 1670s, ravaging the coasts of Cuba and America and striking terror wherever he went. His lust and his greed knew no bounds, and he was utterly consumed by two passions: to possess the mysterious woman known as La Santa Roja, the Red Saint, and to conquer Panama and wrest the 'cup of gold' from Spanish hands."+-+K892365965267877ocn000155404book19430.24Steinbeck, JohnThe portable SteinbeckCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyFictionPresents a selection of the most notable of Steinbeck's writings, including the complete texts of The red pony and Of mice and men. Includes biographical notes and a chronology+-+6755065965251730ocn029752093book19720.24Steinbeck, JohnNovels and stories, 1932-1937FictionPresents five works from American writer John Steinbeck, all portraying life in rural California+-+4656658336697467ocn000419514book19620.19Steinbeck, JohnTravels with Charley : in search of AmericaBiographySteinbeck records his emotions and experiences during a journey of rediscovery in his native land+-+9578055965570920ocn014905724book19870.24John SteinbeckCriticism, interpretation, etcStudy guidesA selection of criticism, arranged in chronological order of publication, devoted to the fiction of John Steinbeck+-+0081902235384417ocn000289869book19610.25French, Warren GJohn SteinbeckCriticism, interpretation, etcAn analysis of Steinbeck's works335618ocn054933899visu19880.19Steinbeck, JohnThe grapes of wrathHistoryFictionDramaFilm and video adaptationsFilm adaptationsDomestic fictionPolitical fictionJohn Ford's "The Grapes of Wrath" is a left-wing parable, directed by a right-wing American director, about how a sharecropper's son, a barroom brawler, is converted into a union organizer. Tom Joad, paroled convict, returns to his family farm in Oklahoma, only to learn the Joads have been "tractored off the land" and are joining the desperate migration to California. The grand Westward movement of American settlement finds small shareholders forced off their land by bankers and big landholders. "The Grapes of Wrath" expresses the nation's rage about the Depression in poetic, Biblical terms, and shows half a nation with the economic rug pulled out from under it. The story--about the resiliency and courage of "the people"--Is built on a foundation of fear: Fear of losing jobs, land, and self-respect. To those who have felt that fear, have gone hungry or been homeless, it will never become dated, while today its sense of injustice is perhaps even more relevant+-+2140309125261625ocn001366206book19750.25Steinbeck, JohnSteinbeck : a life in lettersRecords and correspondenceA hefty selection from the Nobel Prize-winner's voluminous correspondence offers an intimate view of Steinbeck learning and practicing his craft+-+6337955965238911ocn030623994book19940.24Parini, JayJohn Steinbeck : a biographyBiographyIncludes information on The Grapes of Wrath (film), Of Mice and Men (film), Of Mice and Men (novella), Of Mice and Men (play), The Red Pony (film), etc+-+1749209895324200015ocn000046519book19690.28Steinbeck, JohnJournal of a novel; the East of Eden lettersDiariesRecords and correspondence"Each working day from January 29 to November 1, 1951, John Steinbeck warmed up to the work of writing East of Eden with a letter to the late Pascal Covici, his friend and editor at The Viking Press. It was his way, he said, of 'getting my mental arm in shape to pitch a good game.' Steinbeck's letters were written on the left-hand pages of a notebook in which the facing pages would be filled with the text of East of Eden. They touched on many subjects--story arguments, trial flights of workmanship, concern for his sons. Part autobiography, part writer's workshop, these letters offer an illuminating perspective on Steinbeck's creative process, and a fascinating glimpse of Steinbeck, the private man."--Book description,, RickObscene in the extreme : the burning and banning of John Steinbeck's The grapes of wrathHistory"Few books have caused as big a stir as John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath, when it was published in April 1939. By May, it was the nation's number one bestseller, but in Kern County, California--the Joads' newfound home--the book was burned publicly and banned from library shelves. Obscene in the Extreme tells the remarkable story behind this fit of censorship. When W.B. "Bill" Camp, a giant cotton and potato grower, presided over its burning in downtown Bakersfield, he declared: "We are angry, not because we were attacked but because we were attacked by a book obscene in the extreme sense of the word." But Gretchen Knief, the Kern County librarian, bravely fought back. "If that book is banned today, what book will be banned tomorrow?" Obscene in the Extreme serves as a window into an extraordinary time of upheaval in America--a time when, as Steinbeck put it, there seemed to be "a revolution ... going on.'"--Publisher's description+-+068839130619351ocn000269680book19520.28Wagenknecht, EdwardCavalcade of the American novel, from the birth of the Nation to the middle of the twentieth centuryCriticism, interpretation, etcStarting with Brockden Brown and continuing through such well-known novelists as Cooper, Hawthorne, Melville, and Twain, the author concludes with Wharton, Glasgow, Dreiser, Cather, Lewis, Hemingway, and others who achieved success in the 1920's and 30's19224ocn000248777book19690.27Davis, Robert MurraySteinbeck : a collection of critical essaysCriticism, interpretation, etcA collection of critical essays dealing with the author's major novels and themes18937ocn367593059com20060.27Shillinglaw, SusanA journey into Steinbeck's CaliforniaBiographyThis part art book, part biography, and part travel guide offers insight into how landscapes and townscapes influenced John Steinbeck's creative process and how, in turn, his legacy has influenced modern California. Various types of readers will appreciate the information in this guide—literary pilgrims will learn more about the state featured so prominently in Steinbeck's work, tourists can visit the same buildings that he lived in and wrote about, and historians will appreciate the engrossing perspective on daily life in early 20th-century California. Offering an entirely new perspective on Steinbeck and the people and places that he brought to life in his writing, readers will find delight in this depiction of the symbiotic relationship between an author and his favorite places+-+871521124518864ocn029563949book19940.32French, Warren GJohn Steinbeck's fiction revisitedCriticism, interpretation, etcJohn Steinbeck's compassion for and lifelong ability to empathize with the world's disinherited has become the hallmark of his fiction. His treatment of dispossessed Dust Bowl farmers of the 1930s, The Grapes of Wrath (1939), won the Pulitzer Prize and has become a perennial on high school and college syllabi, as has his 1937 novella Of Mice and Men, an exploration of human worth and integrity+-+626592053518302ocn045729769file19930.33International Steinbeck CongressJohn Steinbeck the years of greatness, 1936-1939Criticism, interpretation, etcConference proceedingsIncludes information on Grapes of Wrath (play), Of Mice and Men (score), Of Mice and Men (film), Of Mice and Men (musical), Of Mice and Men (play), The Red Pony (score), etc17483ocn045727939com19910.35Coers, Donald VJohn Steinbeck as propagandist the moon is down goes to warHistoryIn early March 1942, a scant three months after Pearl Harbor, John Steinbeck published his play-novel The Moon Is Down, igniting in this country the most heated literary debate of the Second World War. He had intended to celebrate the "durability of democracy" with this fablelike tale, in which a small, peace-loving country, rather like Norway, is demoralized after being invaded by a powerful fascist state, rather like Nazi Germany, but recovers from the shock of defeat to form a promising resistance movement. - Introduction16906ocn018291033book19890.27Steinbeck, JohnWorking days : the journals of the Grapes of wrath, 1938-1941DiariesNotebooks, sketchbooks, etcThe novelist records his thoughts, feelings, and experiences during the writing of The grapes of wrath, in this diary of those years+-+420996596516196ocn001121272book19740.29Levant, HowardThe novels of John Steinbeck : a critical studyCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+9979571735159310ocn008806095book19830.25Benson, Jackson JThe true adventures of John Steinbeck, writer : a biographyBiographyReveals the dimensions of the man and the events of his life as he pursued his artistic vocation+-+K26996596515561ocn000449993book19690.32Blake, Nelson ManfredNovelists' America; fiction as history, 1910-1940Criticism, interpretation, etcThe author, a historian, looks at history from the angle of vision of eight American novelists: Sinclair Lewis, F. Scott Fitzgerald, William Faulkner, Thomas Wolfe, John Steinbeck, John Dos Passos, James T. Farrell, Richard Wright. Selections from the major works of these authors are analyzed and offered as illustrative material to enhance the understanding of an era of rapid social change15056ocn005451559book19800.25McCarthy, PaulJohn SteinbeckCriticism, interpretation, etcDiscusses his fictional modes with their claims upon naturalistic and symbolic techniques15034ocn013796352book19860.33Timmerman, John HJohn Steinbeck's fiction : the aesthetics of the road takenCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+0879557965+-+0879557965Fri Mar 21 15:26:32 EDT 2014batch261042