New PDF release: A Journey into Steinbeck's California (ArtPlace series)

By Susan Shillinglaw

ISBN-10: 0976670623

ISBN-13: 9780976670629

ISBN-10: 0982341008

ISBN-13: 9780982341001

This half artwork e-book, half biography, and half trip advisor deals perception into how landscapes and townscapes encouraged John Steinbeck's inventive technique and the way, in flip, his legacy has motivated sleek California. quite a few sorts of readers will take pleasure in the knowledge during this guide—literary pilgrims will study extra in regards to the country featured so prominently in Steinbeck's paintings, travelers can stopover at an analogous constructions that he lived in and wrote approximately, and historians will savor the engrossing viewpoint on everyday life in early 20th-century California. providing a wholly new standpoint on Steinbeck and the folk and areas that he delivered to lifestyles in his writing, readers will locate get pleasure from this depiction of the symbiotic courting among an writer and his favourite locations.

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The live oaks . . look like old men leaning on their hands, with their coat-tails blown over their heads. Such a blast I had to face for fifty miles. 35 A Journey into Steinbeck’s California Migrant Labor The history of California field-workers is a rich and varied one, reflecting repeated attempts by landowners to encourage—and then contain and curtail—the influx of immigrant labor. Although men like George and Lennie often toiled in the fields, the vast majority of workers in the Salinas Valley’s rapidly growing agribusiness were immigrants brought in to help plant and build California.

Across from the school is a historical marker recounting Lt. Col. John Frémont’s Battle of Natividad, a skirmish Steinbeck mentions in The Red Pony. On March 6, 1846, Frémont marched up the peak that now King City 10 1 Fremont Peak. 9 38 Jolon 1 Fremont Peak: Habitation of the Shadow 2 Spreckels: A Company Town 3 Corral de Tierra: The Pastures of Heaven 4 River Road: Along the Salinas River 5 Salinas River: A Part-Time River 6 Mission Soledad: The Lonely Mission 7 Jolon: Almost a Ghost Town 8 Mount Toro: Over the Bay 9 Mission San Antonio: Mission in the Wilderness 10 King City: The Hamilton Ranch 7 Old Stage Road.

And if it’s true that Salinas has done this—then Salinas has broken the rules again. It’s hard to believe that you have done this and I must admit it makes me feel a little dead. I’m not yet permitted to read, so I don’t know what you said, but you sure said it big! . Now that was a pleasant thing for you all to do, . . this Salinas edition . . makes me feel very good and warm. For many Salinas residents, a browsing room and a newspaper edition were simply not enough. For others, his legacy still rankled.

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