|Statement||Donald V. Coers.|
|LC Classifications||PS3537.T3234 M683 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005045676|
In March , a desperate period for the allies in World War II, John Steinbeck published his propaganda novel The Moon is Down—the story of ruthless invaders who overrun a militarily helpless country. Throughout the novel, Steinbeck underscored both the fatal weakness of the “invincible” unnamed aggressors and the inherent power of the human values shard by the “conquered” people. Steinbeck served as a war correspondent during World War II, and he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in Early Life and Education John Ernst Steinbeck Jr. was born on February 27 Born: John Steinbeck, American novelist, best known for The Grapes of Wrath (), which summed up the bitterness of the Great Depression decade and aroused widespread sympathy for the plight of migratory farmworkers. He received the Nobel Prize for Literature in John Steinbeck's Books. "Cup of Gold"—A historical fiction based loosely on the life of the 17th-century pirate Henry Morgan. "The Pastures of Heaven"—Twelve interconnected stories about the people in a valley in Monterrey, California, a place which would become central in many of his later works. "To a God Unknown"—Four brothers who move to California to work a ranch.
War Years: Steinbeck was a patriot, as were many Americans after Pearl Harbor, as the U.S. entered World War II. Denied a commission in the armed forces because of his suspected communist leanings—he was investigated by the FBI after the publication of Grapes—Steinbeck devoted himself to writing propaganda for the war followed a bomber team around American, . by Robert E. Cray, Jr. A fuming John Steinbeck vented his frustration over World War II to a friend on Ma Employed by the government in home front duties, the Pulitzer Price-winning author of The Grapes of Wrath expected a big military push to come soon, and he wanted to be overseas, not stateside, covering the war.. As an accredited journalist, Steinbeck could still write and yet. John Steinbeck died shortly after he produced the contents of Steinbeck in Vietnam: Dispatches from the War (University of Virginia Press, pp., $), a book that is composed of columns he wrote for Newsday while he was in Southeast Asia between December and May The book, edited by Thomas E. Barden, is one of a recognizable. The Greatest Generation Goes to War. Focusing on a perturbed period of Steinbeck biography in John Steinbeck: The War Years, , Roy Simmonds speculates about the aging author’s ulterior motive in signing on as a front line correspondent at the height of World War II: Steinbeck Now Books.
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