How many Books Did John Steinbeck Write up to now?

Do you read book always? Do you have the habit of the reading the book and the buying the books that are new on the market? Today we are going to make short information about the reading habits of the people and more specifically we will give some specific information about the writer of John Steinbeck and the number of the different works of John Steinbeck is there. It is possible to see that there are millions of the different people who are living in the different regions of the world and we can say that after the invention of the script people have been reading and writing in order to express their feelings, sorrows, happiness’s and there are lots of the different emotions of them and it can be possible to say that it makes the people relaxed. Now let’s look at the life of the writer of John Steinbeck and let’s analyze the different works of him that have been done up to now, all together.john-steinbeck-1902-1968-american-everett

The Number of the Different Works of the Writer of John Steinbeck

John Steinbeck is an author who is from the country of the United States of America, he was born on February 27, 1902 and he died on December 20 1968. He is one of the most popular and one of the most important American writers in the XX. Century and he affects lots of the different writers from the different regions of the world. When we look at the major works him we can see that Mice and Men and it is a novella and the writer gets Nobel Prize for this work of him. The Novella is about the two men whose names are George Milton and Lennie Small and in the novella the events that those two man live is narrated and when we look at the general theme of the novella we can see the tragic events that they live in the city of California. George Milton and Lennie Small are the two villagers that are working and there is a goal of them, they want to buy a village house and because of this reason they are working all the day in order to save the money for their houses. The tragic event in this story is that Lennie Small’s situation and his body is well structured and he is very powerful but on the other hand he is ill because his mental stability is not in good situation. The events are taken place on that situation and there is a tragic end of the story. When we look at the number of the different works of the John Steinbeck we can see that there are 29 different works of him and their names are like that in that list:


* Cup of Gold: A Life of Sir Henry Morgan, Buccaneer, With Occasional Reference to History 1929

* The Pastures of Heaven 1932

* The Red Pony 1933

* To a God Unknown 1933

* Tortilla Flat 1935

* In Dubious Battle 1936 The title is a reference to John Milton’s “Paradise Lost.”

* The Harvest Gypsies: On the Road to the Grapes of Wrath [newspaper articles, 1936]

* Of Mice and Men 1937 The title is a reference to the Robert Burns poem “To a Mouse.”

* The Long Valley 1938

* The Grapes of Wrath 1939 The title is a reference to the American Civil War song “The Battle Hymn of the Republic.”

* Forgotten Village 1941

* Sea of Cortez: A Leisurely Journal of Travel and Research 1941 with Edward F. Ricketts.

* The Moon Is Down 1942 The title is a reference to William Shakespeare’s play “Macbeth”

* Bombs Away: The Story of a Bomber Team 1942

* Cannery Row 1945

* The Pearl 1947

* The Wayward Bus 1947

* A Russian Journal 1948 with Robert Capa as photographer

* Burning Bright: A Play in Story Form 1950

* Log from the Sea of Cortez 1951

* East of Eden 1952 The title is a reference to the Bible, specifically Genesis 4:16.

* Sweet Thursday 1954

* The Short Reign of Pippin IV 1957

* Once There Was A War 1958

* The Winter of Our Discontent 1961 The title is a reference to the William Shakespeare play “Richard the Third”.

* Travels With Charley: In Search of America 1962 (a semi-documentary work about his late-life car trip, with his poodle Charley, around the United States.)

* America and Americans 1966

* Journal of a Novel: The East of Eden Letters 1969

* Viva Zapata! the Original Screenplay 1975

* The Acts of King Arthur and His Noble Knights 1976

* Working Days: The Journals of the Grapes of Wrath 1938–1941 1989


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