By Brian Railsback, Michael Meyer
One of many maximum novelists of the twentieth century, John Steinbeck remains to be learn and studied in any respect degrees. This encyclopedia widely overviews his lifestyles and writings. integrated are approximately 1200 alphabetically prepared entries via greater than forty specialist participants. Entries hide his works, significant characters, relations and contemporaries, affects, and diverse specified subject matters regarding his literary occupation. some of the entries cite works for extra examining, and the encyclopedia closes with a specific, common bibliography.
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Presented are approximately 1200 alphabetically prepared entries through greater than forty professional participants. those entries hide his works, significant characters, kin and contemporaries, affects, and a number specified themes.
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Teleological thinking is that which reasons according to cause and effect, that which sees a design or overall purpose, whereas non-teleological thinking focuses on what “is” and can be to some extent relative to what has been called “existentialism,” although Steinbeck never used that term. As the novelist explains in his journal of a scientific expedition to the Gulf of California, The Log from the Sea of Cortez, written with Ed Ricketts, too often as human beings we look for morals, for purpose, for the design of a personal God.
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First was his experience as a correspondent during World War II. Although recommended for the Silver Star for conspicuous courage while accompanying a patrol behind enemy lines, he was unable to shake the visions of wholesale slaughter, especially of young children blasted in battle, and went into a depression that lasted nearly a year. ” A scientifically flavored fairy tale, a dark comedy, and an ecological parable, it is a key work in the exposition of Steinbeck’s world view as considered by Steinbeck scholars, but a book that disappointed many generalist critics who, because of their Marxist sympathies, had lauded his previous work as making a contribution to the class struggle.