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Morality in the Works of John Steinbeck

A six page paper looking at the recurring theme of morality that runs through the novels of John Steinbeck. The paper notes that Steinbeck tends to look at morality in a different way than most people of his era; he shows in his works that American society behaves immorally toward its poor, and the poor, in turn, are forced to adopt forms of behavior that may seem questionable to the rest of society in order to survive. Particular novels examined are "The Grapes of Wrath," "Of Mice and Men," "The Pearl," "In Dubious Battle," and "East of Eden." Bibliography lists twelve sources.

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