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By Susan Shillinglaw

ISBN-10: 0984625461

ISBN-13: 9780984625468

This half paintings e-book, half biography, and half commute consultant deals perception into how landscapes and townscapes inspired John Steinbeck's artistic approach and the way, in flip, his legacy has prompted smooth California. a variety of different types of readers will savour the knowledge during this guide—literary pilgrims will research extra concerning the nation featured so prominently in Steinbeck's paintings, travelers can stopover at a similar constructions that he lived in and wrote approximately, and historians will enjoy the engrossing point of view on way of life in early and mid 20th-century California. supplying a wholly new point of view on Steinbeck and the folk and locations that he delivered to lifestyles in his writing, this version features a great number of images, sketches, and work, together with a few from inner most, hardly obvious collections. With a brand new preface from the writer, up to date info on featured web pages, a brand new dialogue on Steinbeck's ecological pursuits and actions, and an extended...

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Los Gatos friends eased tensions with lattes, fine wines, and inventive meals served up at Betsy and Whizzer White’s house of wonders. Distant friends and relatives cheered me on. My children—Ian and Nora—have lived with John Steinbeck all their lives and have forgiven my motherly lapses. From all of this, it should be clear that this was, indeed, a holistic venture. Beginning this book with the blithe notion that I could quickly write up years of slide presentations, nudged gently by publishers Deirdre Greene and Nigel Quinney throughout the year of writing the first edition and the months correcting the second, I am left with a profound sense of how research is a joint venture, calling on two decades of associations with Steinbeck scholars and readers.

The painter Frederick Remington encouraged Mora’s work in clay models of cowboys, Indians, and animals. From 1920 on, Mora lived in Carmel; he designed the sarcophagus of Father Junipero Serra at the Carmel Mission—”the supreme professional effort of my life,” he wrote—and a wooden sculpture of Serra in the Carmel woods. Mora’s work for the courthouse is a fitting counterpart to Steinbeck’s, an artistic rendering of Monterey County’s diverse history. His sixty-one concrete heads represent dramatis personae of the county’s history.

Martin Hopps’s name is the first on this World War I memorial. The Nesbitt house, 66 Capitol Avenue. For her patriotism, Olive Steinbeck earned a terrifying (to her) ride in an army airplane to Spreckels, a true and hilarious story that found its way into East of Eden. At 66 Capitol Avenue is the Nesbitt house, built in 1881 (ignore the sign on the house next door). Salinas Town Marshall William Nesbitt, sheriff during Steinbeck’s childhood and youth, lived here from 1902 to 1923. In East of Eden, Sheriff Quinn is modeled on Nesbitt, as Steinbeck notes in Journal of a Novel (1969), his East of Eden notebook: “When we first see Nesbitt (Sheriff Quinn) he will be Chief Deputy … I remember him well.

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