Fb2 John Steinbeck's Re-Vision of America ePub
by Louis Owens
|Publisher:||Univ of Georgia Pr; 1st edition (April 1, 1985)|
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John Steinbeck's Re-Vision of America, University of Georgia Press. American Indian Novelists : An Annotated Critical Bibliography, with Tom Colonnese, Garland Reference Library of the Humanities, Vol 384, Garland Press. Interviews & Essays. Grave Concerns Trickster Turns: The Novels of Louis Owens," Chris LaLonde, Univ.
Home . Details for: John Steinbeck's re-vision of America . Details for: John Steinbeck's re-vision of America /. Normal view MARC view ISBD view. John Steinbeck's re-vision of America, Louis Owens. Material type: BookPublisher: Athens : University of Georgia Press, c1985Description: xiii, 225 p. ; 23 c. SBN: 082030736X (alk. paper). Subject(s): Steinbeck, John, 1902-1968 - Knowledge - America National characteristics, American, in literature America - In literatureDDC classification: 81. 2.
In John Steinbeck's ReVision of America, Louis Owens provides a convenient summary of customary interpretations of. .
In John Steinbeck's ReVision of America, Louis Owens provides a convenient summary of customary interpretations of Steinbeck's statement: The surface story is that of the strike and its ramifications, the group-psychological structure is found in the novel's study of the phalanx. the philosophical conclusions arrived at through structure man's need for commitment that reverberate through all of Steinbeck's fiction both before and after. The book is dated only if one reads it as simply portraying what the author calls an "outcropping," a situation in a particular time and place that is of fossilized interest to social historians.
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Home OWENS, Louis John Steinbeck's Re-Vision of America. A scholarly study, preceding any of his works of fiction by several years, and one of two books of nonfiction he wrote about John Steinbeck's work. Fine in a fine, very mildly spine-sunned dust jacket. Published by University of Georgia, Athens, 1985. Condition: Fine Hardcover.
He was born in Salinas, California in 1902 This lead to The Depression in America that lasted from 1930-1936. People lost their life savings when firms and banks went bust.
He was born in Salinas, California in 1902. Even though his family were wealthy, he was interested in the lives of farm workers and spent lots of time with them. This lead to The Depression in America that lasted from 1930-1936. 12-15 million men and women (a third of America's population) were unemployed. There was no dole to fall back on, so food was short and the unemployed couldn't pay rent. Some ended up in settlements made from old packing cases and corrugated iron.
Louis Owens (Lompoc 1948 - Albuquerque, July 25th, 2002) was a novelist and scholar of Choctaw . John Steinbeck's ReVision of America", 1985. List of writers from peoples indigenous to the Americas.
Louis Owens (Lompoc 1948 - Albuquerque, July 25th, 2002) was a novelist and scholar of Choctaw, Cherokee and Irish descent. He is known for a series of Native-themed mystery novels and for his contributions to the then-fledgling field of Native American Studies. Owens committed suicide in 2002.