"Grapes of Wrath" and Of "Mice and Men" by Steinbeck, Character Study
The American Novelist, John Steinbeck was a powerful writer of dramatic stories about good versus bad. His own views on writing were that not only should a writer make the story sound good but also the story written should teach a lesson. In fact, Steinbeck focused many of his novels, not on average literary themes rather he tended to relay messages about the many hard truths of life in The United States. Upon winning the Nobel Peace Prize in 1962 the Swedish academy introduced him by saying 'He had no mind to be an unoffending comforter and entertainer. Instead, the topics he chose…
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