Steinbeck


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.
Related to Steinbeck: Hemingway

Steinbeck

John (Ernst). 1902--68, US writer, noted for his novels about agricultural workers, esp The Grapes of Wrath (1939): Nobel prize for literature 1962
References in periodicals archive ?
"Reading Response Paper #14: For Whom the Bell Tolls." Hemingway and Steinbeck Seminar.
Steinbeck, in a note to Adlai Stevenson (an American politician) wrote:
"It's never my goal to have 100 percent of the cases meet the time goal, because 100 percent of the cases should never meet the time goal," Steinbeck said.
Steinbeck tries to stress how those characters acted and reacted during crises, how in fact, they influenced each other and changed one another.
"Basically, my generation is retiring and really starting to use the health care system," said Steinbeck. "Rural areas, especially, are struggling to find trained MLTs.
Steinbeck is considered one of the greatest storytellers of the twentieth century, and was deservedly awarded the 1962 Nobel Prize in Literature.
"John Steinbeck was an iconic American author," Kohlmann told WIPL.
The novel John Steinbeck didn't finish in 1957 was the story of an American man who watched one too many Westerns on television, then put on a cowboy hat and set out to correct the injustices he saw all around him.
La novela, basada en las propias experiencias de Steinbeck como vagabundo durante los anos veinte del siglo pasado, debe su titulo al poema "Un raton", de Robert Burns: "Los mejores esquemas de ratones y hombres/ A menudo salen mal".
James Franco and Chris O'Dowd may be the big draws (and well deserving of all their kudos) in this emotionally devastating revival of John Steinbeck's "Of Mice and Men." But the other star of the show is helmer Anna D.
Over the past few years, as this country has weathered the second-worst economic disaster in a century, John Steinbeck's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel "The Grapes of Wrath" has been much on my mind.
Perhaps no account rouses more curiosity than John Steinbeck's in Steinbeck in Vietnam: Dispatches from the War, especially for those of us who revere his great novels.