"Cannery Row" by John Steinbeck.
By John Steinbeck
Cannery row is very much like a collection of short stories, the main stories describe Mack and the boys, and the other stories describe the other citizens of the town of cannery row. The style of the Cannery Row is easy to read and free-flowing yet the characters, stories, and themes are deep. Steinbeck is also very good at characterization, as he shows the humanity of all his characters, even those viewed as "bad". This book tells the life of ordinary people, such as homeless men, prostitutes, shopkeepers, and others.
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