Volume 10, Number 1, 2013

Table of Contents

Editor's Column

Steinbeck in Academe: “A Matter of Learning”

pp. V-IX
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Articles

The Composition, Publication, and Reception of John Steinbeck’s The Wayward Bus, with Biographical Background

pp. 1-11
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Synopsis of Chapter Five, “The advance sales of the Bus are stupendous: October 1946–April 1947”

p. 1
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Chapter Six, “It was a paste-up job and I should never have let it go out the way it did”

pp. 2-10
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A Preview of Chapter Seven, “Epilogue: May 1947–May 1948, with Appendices”

p. 11
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Literary Barbed Wire: Reifying the Metaphor

pp. 12-30
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The Social Mind: John Elof Boodin’s Influence on John Steinbeck’s Phalanx Writings, 1935–1942

pp. 31-46
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Intercalary

Ed Ricketts’s 1942 War Treatise: A Personal Introduction

pp. 47-49
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Geopolitical Intelligence and Strategies of War

pp. 50-62
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Two Views of Stanford’s Teaching Legends: Margery Bailey and Edith Mirrielees and Their Effect on John Steinbeck and Irma Hannibal

pp. 63-69
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Carol Steinbeck at Work

pp. 70-76
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Steinbeck Today

pp. 77-80
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Review

Steinbeck in Vietnam: Dispatches from the War ed. by Thomas E. Barden (review)

pp. 81-86
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Contributors

pp. 90-92
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