Murder (Pocket Penguins 70's S.)
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Combining despair, determination and optimism, the writing of John Steinbeck gave a powerful voice to the suffering poor of America during the Depression and beyond. Penguin have made the whole range of his most well-loved novels - including 'the Grapes of Wrath' and 'Of Mice and Men' - and his lesser-known works available to millions of readers. These four tales consider the struggle for survival in 1940s America, against a backdrop of majestic beauty.
This small compilation contains four short stories: 'The Chrysanthemums', 'Breakfast', 'The Vigilante' and 'The Murder'. I have to admit that I don't really know how I like it. I know too little about Steinbeck to judge his intentions; I suppose I'll have to collect some informations about Steinbecks life and work and political position in order to really build up my mind upon the stories.
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
This book will travel to Suomi/Finland to Mymlan.
I hope it'll help me complete another country within my Lifetime Release Project "Around The World in 233 Books"!
Have a nice journey!