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John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men

Harold Bloom - 2013
Provides a collection of critical essays on Steinbeck's Of mice and men.
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Of Mice and Men: Teacher's Deluxe Edition

John Steinbeck - Fiction - 2013 - 122 pages
Penguin Classics presents John Steinbeck’s classic tale as an eBook enhanced with ten exclusive video clips featuring students responses, questions for classroom discussions ...
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Of mice and men: notes

James L. Roberts - Literary Criticism - 1966 - 49 pages
-- Offers a traditional CliffNotes "TM" treatment of a literary novel, with updated and new content. -- Includes Life and Background of the Author, Introduction to the Novel, A ...
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Burning Bright: A Play in Story Form

John Steinbeck - Drama - 1951 - 111 pages
This critically acclaimed evening of comedies combines satire, wit, hilarity and intellect--a winning combination. The entire evening of plays can be performed with 3 men and 3 ...
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The Moon is Down

John Steinbeck - Drama - 1942 - 85 pages
Wendy Wasserstein, the author of The Sisters Rosensweig and The Heidi Chronicles [is] one of the few American playwrights since S.N. Behrman to create commercial comedies of ...
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The Grapes of Wrath

John Steinbeck - Historical fiction - 1998 - 107 pages
This story of the Great Depression follows the western movement of one family and a nation in search of work and human dignity.
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In Dubious Battle

John Steinbeck - Fiction - 2006 - 304 pages
This 1936 novel—set in the California apple country—portrays a strike by migrant workers that metamorphoses from principled defiance into blind fanaticism.
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The acts of King Arthur and his noble knights: from the Winchester ...

John Steinbeck, Sir Thomas Malory - Fiction - 1980 - 451 pages
The first book John Steinbeck read as a child was the Caxton "Morte d'Arthur," and he considered it one of the most challenging tasks of his career to modernize the stories of ...
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