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Tory is the fount of all generosity and wisdom Everybody wants to do something nice for Doc the trouble is he always ends up paying Packed with invention and joie de vivre Cannery Row is Steinbeck's high spirited tribute to his native Californi

PDF ´ BOOK Cannery Row John Steinbeck III was an American writer He wrote the Pulitzer Prize winning novel The Grapes of Wrath published in and the novella Of Mice and Men published in In all he wrote twenty five books including sixteen novels six non fiction books and several collections of short stories In Steinbeck received the Nobel Prize for LiteratureSteinbeck grew up in the Salinas Valley.

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  • Jason

    PDF ´ BOOK Cannery Row Cannery RowMan I love Steinbeck I love the simplicity of his characters and the humdrum feeling their lives evoke I love the indigence of his settings and the candidness with which these characters accept their conditions I love how uietly he frames his stories with comments on fatalism while still revealing to us the potential for happiness that pushes at its surface trying to elbow its way out At its core the Steinbeck novel want us to figur

  • Jeffrey Keeten

    PDF ´ BOOK Cannery Row Cannery Row“Doc would listen to any kind of nonsense and turn it into wisdom His mind had no horizon and his sympathy had no warp He could talk to children telling them very profound things so that they understood He lived in a world of wonders of excitement He was concupiscent as a rabbit and gentle as hell Everyone who knew him was indebted to him And everyone who thought of him thought next 'I really must do something nice for Doc’” Cannery Row Doc is one of those fictional characters that never leaves a reader’s memory This book is dedicated to a man by the name of Ed Ricketts who was a marine biologist with a lab like Doc on Cannery Row in Monterey California Whenever I discover th

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    PDF ´ BOOK Cannery Row Cannery Row Cannery Row is of frogs and menThe frog pool was suare—fifty feet wide and seventy feet long and four feet deep Lush soft grass grew about its edge and a little ditch brought the water from the river to it and from it little ditches went out to the orchards There were frogs there all right thousands of them Their voices beat the night they boomed and barked and croaked and rattled They sang to the stars to the waning moon to the waving grasses They bellowed love songs and challengesOr to be precise it is of friendship and loveThe boiler looked like an old fashioned locomotive without whe

  • Brina

    PDF ´ BOOK Cannery Row Cannery RowOne of my favorite childhood memories was my family vacation to California the year I turned nine On that trip one of our stops was the Monterey Bay Auarium As a lover of all things marine biology I was captivated by the flora and fauna of the auarium for an entire day Before there was an auarium near Monterey's beach front the city was home to a few block stretch of fish and fruit canneries so elouently portrayed in Steinbeck's Cannery Row the author's homage to depression era Monterey In this telling historical fiction the Nobel Laureate creates archetypes of characters who made central California home during a trying

  • Ahmad Sharabiani

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  • Dolors

    PDF ´ BOOK Cannery Row Cannery RowWhy does Steinbeck's narrative voice entice me so I've been asking myself over the past few days In my second reading of this novella which has become a favorite of mine I realized that it's his unshakeable belief in mankind Steinbeck reinvents the concept of

  • Lisa

    PDF ´ BOOK Cannery Row Cannery RowWhen it rains and rains and rains I drink my morning coffee and think of sunny California Of Steinbeck of course Not that the world is perfect in his imagination than in my reality Far

  • karen

    PDF ´ BOOK Cannery Row Cannery Rowhow do i review cannery row? like all the steinbeck i have read except the dead pony of which i remember very little except not being too keen on it it is saturated with these wo

  • Ben

    PDF ´ BOOK Cannery Row Cannery RowI first read this many years ago Riddled with ADD frozen by nervousness and thrown off by wack ass hormones I had trouble reading anything at the time and this was no exception A parable of my formerly wasted time on earth I read it and got nothing out of it Hell I didn’t even remember I had read it until I started it again 10 days agoBut oh did I appreciate it this go round Steinbeck got me to like the kind of people that at first judgment I would deem ignorant annoying or maybe even dangerous The kind of people with brains attuned to a totally different freuency than my own; people so different from myself that I’d probably be pretty freaking uncomfortable if I met them I’d maybe even feel threatened by them This of course is not because Mack and his motley crew are actually bad guys Sure they’re slick and they’ll take you for a ride if they can; but they almost always mean well and they are not bad people Mack and the boys ar

  • Dem

    PDF ´ BOOK Cannery Row Cannery RowCannery Row is my 5th novel by John Steinbeck and while I enjoyed the read it isn't a standout novel for me like East of Eden or Of Mice and Men and I think this is down to the way in which the book is written as it lacks a plot and reads like a character study as we get a snapshot of the characters daily lives on Cannery Row I really liked the setting of the novel Published in 1945 it is set during the Great Depression in Monterey California on a street lined with Sardine Canneries known as Cannery Row We meet a host of interesting and entertaining characters who happen to live there and there is no definite plot to the novel just every day life happenings for these entertaining characters and unlike some of Steinbeck’s other novels it is not a depressing read and the characters do bring a smile to your face and I really enjoyed hanging out with