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  Volume 15, Number 1, Spring 2004

Table of Contents

From: Steinbeck Studies

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Notes from the Director

pp. 5-6


Steinbeck's Queer Ecology: Sweet Comradeship in the Monterey Novels

pp. 7-21

John Steinbeck in Translation: Sources of Bibliographic Information about Foreign Editions

pp. 22-40

Unlikely Transfusions: Wise Blood and The Grapes of Wrath

pp. 41-45

John Steinbeck's Roots in Nineteenth-Century Palestine

pp. 46-72

Did Steinbeck Know Wheeler Robinson or His Theory of Corporate Personality?

pp. 73-87


A Letter from John Steinbeck

pp. 88-91

Untitled Piece

pp. 92-97


John Steinbeck, The Good Companion: His Friend Dook's Memoir (review)

pp. 98-103

Waltzing with the Ghost of Tom Joad: Poverty, Myth, and Low-Wage Labor in Oklahoma (review)

pp. 104-106

John Steinbeck and the Critics (review)

pp. 107-109

Down to a Soundless Sea (review)

pp. 110-112

Burning Bright: Opera in Three Acts (review)

pp. 113-114

"Something that Happened" at the Temple Theatre in Sanford, North Carolina

pp. 115-119

Steinbeck's Writings III: The New York Years (review)

pp. 120-121


The Steinbeck Centennial Year, 2002 -- Reflections and Highlights

pp. 122-134

Again, Please?

p. 135

"The Book that Brought Oprah's Book Club Back:" East of Eden

pp. 136-140


pp. 141-142

Editing Edward F. Ricketts's Essays

pp. 143-145

Bibliographer Finds Research on Steinbeck Fascinating

pp. 145-150

The Sea of Cortez: Sailing with the Spirits of John Steinbeck and Edward F. Ricketts on a New Voyage of Discovery Around Baja California

pp. 150-153

California Connections

pp. 154-157

"Steinbeck's new mood: 'I am scared, boastful, but also humble'"

pp. 157-161

Steinbeck Today

pp. 162-175

Elaine Steinbeck, 1914-2003

pp. 176-182



pp. 183-184

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