In March 1938, shortly before he began working on The Grapes of Wrath, John Steinbeck wrote to his agent Elizabeth Otis to turn down a commission to write about migrant workers. “The suffering is too for
Another chapter is set to play out this week in a decades-old family dispute over control of the classic works by the author John Steinbeck. A three-judge panel of the ninth US circuit court of appeals
John Steinbeck’s The Grapes of Wrath has come out of the hat and will be the subject of August’s reading group. I have to admit that this safely established novel by a great American writer isn’t the thing
A whimsical short story by John Steinbeck, in which the usually less cheery author tells the story of a temperamental French chef’s love for his cat, is being published in English for the first time this
NEW YORK (AP) — Ernest Hemingway wasn't the only Great American Writer with something to say about Paris. Hemingway's contemporary and fellow Nobel laureate, John Steinbeck, was best known for "The Grapes
You don't hate your job because your boss sucks. You don't hate your job because your coworkers suck. You don't hate your job because you've spent far too many hours commuting on Interstate 5 reading "SUX2BU"