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Capitalism versus Community Spirit in Three Works of John Steinbeck
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An 8 page paper looking at three of Steinbeck’s most famous works -- “The Pearl,” The Grapes of Wrath, and Cannery Row -- in terms of their characters’ sense of community. The paper suggests that capitalism and a deep sense of community are incompatible, because the values needed to sustain community spirit -- generosity, compassion, helpfulness -- are the same as the ones that brand one a failure in a capitalist economy. Bibliography lists six sources.
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Community in “Of Mice and Men,” “Grapes of Wrath” and “Native Son”
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A fifteen page paper comparing these three novels by John Steinbeck and Richard Wright in terms of the way they look at the concept of community from the perspective of the human development of their protagonists. The paper concludes that in Steinbeck’s works, society is wrong, but individual people can work out a form of communal redemption. In Wright’s novel, society is just as wrong, but the individual has no logical response but rage. No additional sources.
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Freedom in Steinbeck’s “Of Mice and Men”
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A five page paper looking at the issue of freedom in John Steinbeck’s classic novel. The paper argues that Of Mice and Men presents three kinds of freedom: the freedom from responsibility that George dreams of; the freedom from guilt that is the unwanted side-effect of Lennie’s disability; and the freedom from social pressures that is beyond the scope of either man. Bibliography lists five sources.
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John Steinbeck & Cheever
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5 page interpretation of 'Country Husband' by John Cheever and 'The Chrysanthemums' by John Steinbeck. Paper argues that the stories are about personal change, and leaving a life of emotional neglect. No outside sources.
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John Steinbeck / American Tragedy
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Family values and traditions play a major role in the process of developing the themes of Steinbeck's major novels. He mixes hope and belief in higher powers with social corruption and pressures to conform. The American Tragedy is represented in this struggle and the eventual success of societal pressure to define the family structure as opposed to tradition and moral considerations. This is a 5 page paper looks at Steinbeck's portrayal of the concept of American Tragedy. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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John Steinbeck / How Nature Affects His Characters
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A 5 page paper on the theme of nature as it exists in Steinbeck's 'The Red Pony,' and 'The Pearl.' The writer discusses the common analogies of which Steinbeck makes frequent use in both these novels. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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