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  • Major Steinbeck Publications, 2012–2013
  • Kathleen Hicks (bio) and Scott Barrett
Kathleen Hicks

Kathleen Hicks is a curriculum developer at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, AZ. She earned her Ph.D. in English from Arizona State University in 2003. Her scholarly interests include 20th-Century American literature and environmental ethics. Currently, she serves as the Bibliographer and writes the “Steinbeck Today” feature for The Steinbeck Review.

Journal Articles

Abbott, Scott, and Lyn Bennett. “Literary Barbed Wire: Reifying the Metaphor.” Steinbeck Review 10.1 (2013): 12–30. Print.
Abdollahi-Guilani, Mohammad, Mohamad Subakir Mohd Yasin, and Kim Hua Tan. “A Comparative Analysis of Conditional Clauses in English and Persian: Text Analysis.” 3L, Language, Linguistics and Literature, the Southeast Asian Journal of English Language Studies 18.2 (2012): 83–93. Print.
Armengol, Josep M. “Gendering the Great Depression: Rethinking the Male Body in 1930s American Culture and Literature.” Journal of Gender Studies (2012): 1–10. Print.
Aslam, Humaira. “John Steinbeck’s The Pearl: Kino’s Journey towards Subjectivity.” PUTAJ Humanities and Social Sciences 19 (2012). PUTAJ Humanities and Social Sciences. Web. 14 Aug. 2013.
Bold, Christine. “Nature, Class, and New Deal Literature: The Country Poor in the Great Depression.” Changing English 19.3 (2012): 373–376. Print.
Davis, Kathryn. “The Death & Life of Monterey Bay: A Story of Revival.” Environmental History 17.1 (2012): 191–192. Print.
DeMott, Robert. “Remembering Warren French (1922–2009).” Steinbeck Review 9.2 (2012): 56–58. Print.
Donohue, Cecelia. “‘The teller would be opinionated’ and So Will the Reader: Opportunities for Response to John Steinbeck’s Journal of a Novel and East of Eden. Steinbeck Review 9.2 (2012): 26–38. Print.
Ebel, Jonathan H. “Re-forming Faith: John Steinbeck, the New Deal, and the Religion of the Wandering Oklahoman.” The Journal of Religion 92.4 (2012): 527–535. Print. [End Page 175]
Etheridge, Chuck. “Warren French: A Critical Appreciation of His Twayne Books.” Steinbeck Review 9.2 (2012): 113–123. Print.
Gaard, Greta C. “Literary Milk: Breastfeeding Across Race, Class, and Species in Contemporary US Fiction.” Journal of Ecocriticism 5.1 (2012): 1–20. Print.
Gladstein, Mimi. “Memories of Warren French.” Steinbeck Review 9.2 (2012): 59–60. Print.
Godfrey, Mollie. “‘They ain’t human’: John Steinbeck, Proletarian Fiction, and the Racial Politics of ‘The People.’” Modern Fiction Studies 59.1 (2013): 107–134. Print.
Groneman, William III. “Travels Unraveled.” Steinbeck Review 9.2 (2012): 78–88. Print.
Hauk, Steve. “A Portrait of Judith Deim. Steinbeck Review 9.2 (2012): 95–101. Print.
Hayashi, Tetsumaro. “Reminiscences of Warren G. French: My Finest Mentor in Steinbeck Studies.” Steinbeck Review 9.2 (2012): 68–71. Print.
Hearle, Kevin. “Warren French: A Living and Thoughtful Presence.” Steinbeck Review 9.2 (2012): 72. Print.
Heavilin, Barbara. “A Gathering of Accolades for Warren French.” Steinbeck Review 9.2 (2012): 54–55. Print.
Hicks, Kathleen. “Major Steinbeck Publications, 2011–2012.” Steinbeck Review 9.2 (2012): 136–142. Print.
———. “Steinbeck Today.” Steinbeck Review 9.2 (2012): 102–111. Print.
———. “Steinbeck Today.” Steinbeck Review 10.1 (2013): 77–80. Print.
Hooti, Noorbakhsh, and Farzaneh Arjmand. “The Nature of Identity in The Grapes of Wrath: A Postmodern Study.” International Journal of Modern Anthropology 1.6 (2013): 38–59. Print.
Iosif, Diana. “The Reassessment of John Steinbeck’s Work in Post-Communist Romania.” Philogica Jassyensia 8.1 (2012): 267–274. Print.
Kouta, Ashraf, and Engy Saleh. “From Alienation to Connectedness: A Postmodern Ecocritical Reading of John Steinbeck’s The Winter of Our Discontent.” European Scientific Journal 9.11 (2013). Print.
Lunde, Arne. “‘Look to Norway!’ The Nazi Occupation of Norway in Hollywood Wartime Cinema, 1942–1945.” Journal of Scandinavian Cinema 2.3 (2012): 299–314. Print.
Lynch, Audry. “Two Views of Stanford’s Teaching Legends: Margery Bailey and Edith Mirrielees and Their Effect on John Steinbeck and Irma Hannibal.” Steinbeck Review 10.1 (2013): 63–69. Print.
Meyer, Michael J. “Ed Ricketts...


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