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  Volume 16, Number 1 and 2, Spring 2005

Table of Contents

From: Steinbeck Studies

Previous Issue

Notes From The Director

pp. 11-12


"That's him. That shiny bastard.": Jim Casy and Christology

pp. 14-31

Affirming Whiteness: Visualizing California Agriculture

pp. 32-55

Adapting Steinbeck: Tortilla Flat in the Information Age \-\- an Interview with Screenwriter Bill U'Ren

pp. 56-65

The Wayward Bus: Steinbeck and Queer America

pp. 66-79

The Story of John Steinbeck in Communist Czechoslovakia

pp. 80-90

Following the Steps of the Hero: An Approach to Jim Nolan's Initiation Journey in John Steinbeck's In Dubious Battle

pp. 91-107

Hidden Treasure: The Steinbeck-Rudloe Letters

pp. 108-118


Awe and Humility and Joy: A Tribute to John Steinbeck Preview of and Exhibition

pp. 121-123

A Foolish Consistency: Sparky in Cannery Row

pp. 124-125

Steinbeck in Vietnam, Spring 1966

pp. 127-131

A Question of Memory: Bing Crosby and The Grapes of Wrath

pp. 133-135


The Moral Philosophy of John Steinbeck (review)

pp. 138-143

John Steinbeck's "Of Mice and Men": A Reference Guide (review)

pp. 145-148

Of Mice and Men: Opera in Three Acts (review)

pp. 149-152


To John Steinbeck

p. 155

"What's Your Opinion of...Steinbeck's Prose?"

pp. 156-159

A Baby Flyer and the "Hansen Sea Cow" Revisit the Sea of Cortez

pp. 161-167

Steinbeck Today

pp. 168-176


The Translation and Reception of John Steinbeck in Slovenia: A Bibliographic Exploration

pp. 178-189

Bibliography: A Tribute to Lee Richard Hayman and a Brief Description of His Collection

pp. 190-193

Bibliography: Durable Steinbeck

pp. 194-209


Cumulative Index, The Steinbeck Newsletter And Steinbeck Studies Volumes 1 to 15 (1987 - 2004)

pp. 212-291

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