Steinbeck Bibliography

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Hayashi T.  0.  . Modern Fiction Studies. 20:575-76.
DeMott RJ.  0.  . Modern Fiction Studies. 21:651-53.
Wells G.  0.  .
and Copland A V P.  0.  Across the Americas/1945-1949. Copland: Since 1943. :87-91.
Freeman J.  0.  ‘America’ nails moral vision of Steinbeck.
Conn P.  0.  The American 1930s: A Literary History.
[Anonymous].  0.  American Graffiti. People Weekly.
[Anonymous].  0.  American in Mexico.
Yannella PR.  0.  American Literature in Context after 1929.
[Anonymous].  0.  The Art of the Short Story: Principles and Practice in the United States. American Writing Today: Its Independence and Vigor. :176-91.
Daugherty T.  0.  Bakersfield. River Teeth. 10:11-22.
Tokunaga M.  0.  Biological Descriptions in The Pearl. Readings on The Pearl. :111-14.
Taylor, Horace P. J..  0.  The Biological Naturalism of John Steinbeck. McNeese Review. 12:81-97.
[Anonymous].  0.  [Blurb]. Chronicle San Francisco California.
Honda D.  0.  [Blurb].
Hayashi T.  0.  Book Reviews. Visvabharati Quarterly. 31:404-06.
Holly J P.  0.  Burning Bright: The Birth of an Opera. Arts New Jersey [New Jersey State Council on the Arts].
Rascoe B.  0.  But...Not...Ferdinand. Critical Essays on Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath. :25-26.
Shillinglaw S.  0.  California Answers The Grapes of Wrath. The Critical Response to John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath. :183-99.
Railsback BE.  0.  Chapter Six: The Darwinian Grapes of Wrath . Railsback's Parallel Expeditions. :129-39.
McMahan EE.  0.  'The Chrysanthemums': Study of a Woman's Sexuality. Modern Fiction Studies. 14:453-58.
Meyer MJ.  0.  Citizen Cain: Ethan Hawley's Double Identity in The Winter of Our Discontent. The Betrayal of Brotherhood in the Work of John Steinbeck: Cain Sign. :499-520.
and Simon B W D.  0.  Come Back, Tom Joad. California History. 79:180-91,232-33.
[Anonymous].  0.  A Commemorative Stamp Will Soon Honor John Steinbeck, Literary Giant. Locale [Monterey Savings and Loan Association]. :10-11.
Lewis CL.  0.  Critical Perspectives on John Steinbeck's Fiction. American Examiner: A Forum of Ideas. 6:69-86.

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