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|Publisher:||Gordian Pr Inc (August 1, 1981)|
An interesting point Peter Lisca makes in this book is Steinbeck’s focus on caves, and how they often appear in Steinbeck's books. A book published after 1959 is Winter of Our Discontent-where a cave plays a BIG role. The Books discussed: Cup of Gold-an historical novel about Henry Morgan, a real person, set largely in Panama, a place that is also called "the cup of gold. To a God Unknown-the hero of this story leaves father and brothers on a struggling farm in the east, to start a ranch near Salinas in California, where his brothers later join him. This character comes across as a pagan type worshiper communing with the land and making pagan like sacrifices for rain. Tortilla Flat-really a collection of short stories about a collection of characters based on the people Steinbeck supervised when working as a chemist in a sugar factory.
Get this from a library! The wide world of John Steinbeck. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lisca, Peter. Wide world of John Steinbeck. Rutgers University Press, 1958 (OCoLC)576326523. Named Person: John Steinbeck; John Steinbeck; John Steinbeck; John Steinbeck. Material Type: Fiction. All Authors, Contributors: Peter Lisca. Find more information about: Peter Lisca.
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The Wide World Of John Steinbeck. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 1958. Inscribed by author to Preston Beyer. John Steinbeck: An Introduction and Interpretation. New York: Viking Press, (c1961). WATT, F. W. John Steinbeck. New York: Grove Press, (c1962). New York: Barnes and Noble, 1963. Two copies, both inscribed by author to Preston Beyer. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1983.
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Steinbeck once told an interviewer that The Wayward Bus contained "an indefinite number of echoes" of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, the Heptameron, and Giovanni Boccaccio's Decameron. While not exactly a story cycle like those works, the novel is a multilayered series of interweaving tales told from multiple points of view. Some critics have tried to read the allegory by identifying individual characters with particular characters in the original Everyman (for example, Camille with Beauty) or with each of the seven deadly sins (for example, Pimples with gluttony).
Peter Lisca bluntly probed into Carol Henning's contribution to John Steinbeck's writings. Critics' heated views on Steinbeck's portrayal of women.
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