Reclaiming John Steinbeck

Reclaiming John Steinbeck

Author: Gavin Jones

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108844123

Page: 262

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A reevaluation of John Steinbeck exploring his timely interests in climate change, ecology, and social injustice.

A reevaluation of John Steinbeck exploring his timely interests in climate change, ecology, and social injustice.



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