The Californians: Storm and Steinbeck

Wilson, Edmund
December 1940
New Republic;12/9/40, Vol. 103 Issue 24, p784
Book Review
Presents the works and lives of authors John Steinbeck and Hans Otto Storm. Influence of life in California on their works; Critical comments on their recent novels; Theme, plot and styles of the writers.


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