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Embarrassed Millionaires

Quote of the Day“Socialism never took root in America because the poor see themselves not as an exploited proletariat but as temporarily embarrassed millionaires.” -John Steinbeck Politics, america, author, books, quote, john steinbeck https://taylorerowlandblog.wordpress.com/2016/05/11/quote-of-the-day/

“The creative principle is a lonely and an individual matter.”

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“The creative principle is a lonely and an individual matter.”

John Steinbeck, writer


More – Quotation from “About Ed Ricketts” from “The Log from the Sea of Cortez”

ed-ricketts-0629-2Both Steinbeck and Ricketts had achieved some measure of security and recognition in their professions by 1939: Steinbeck had capitalized on his first successful novel, Tortilla Flat, with the publication of The Grapes of Wrath, and Ricketts had published Between Pacific Tides, which became the definitive handbook for the study of the intertidal fauna of the Pacific Coast of the coterminous United States. Steinbeck was exhausted and looking for a new start; Ricketts was looking for a new challenge. The two men had long thought of producing a book together and, in a change of pace for both of them, they began work on a handbook of the common intertidal species of the San Francisco Bay Area. The book…

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Thoughts on Steinbeck and writing

Lately I keep stumbling over a John Steinbeck quote. The first time I saw it, I liked it. He said: Ideas are like rabbits. You get a couple and learn how to handle them and pretty soon you have a dozen. It’s taken from the opening of an interview he did with Robert van Gelder…Read more Thoughts on Steinbeck and writing

In Dubious Battle, a beckoning beacon

'At last it was evening. The lights on the street outside came on, and the Neon restaurant sign on the corner jerked on and off, exploding its hard red light in the air. Into Jim Nolan's room the sign threw a soft red light. For two hours Jim had been sitting in a small, hard…Read more In Dubious Battle, a beckoning beacon