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Year: 1999


208 pp

ISBN: 8175410428

Price: $24

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About the Book

The book should be a valuable contribution to the critical heritage on the novels and short stories of the leading American novelists during the period between the two World Wars. Staying clear of the post modernist controversies about the function of criticism, the book offers insightful analysisof the novelists major fictional narratives. Showing how the American writer shares in his view of women several limitations of the society of which he himself was a product the book brings out as well various radical ideas which the writer seems to hold much ahead of his times. One of the strong points of this study of Steinbecdk is its objective treatment of the author and his work treating both from the disinterested standpoint of the Arnoldian critic.

About Author

Sushma Arya is a senior teacher in English studies. With Ph. D from Kurukshetra University, she has taught at the University as Reader for three years. Serving at present the Post Graduate Department of English at D.A.V. College for Girls, Yamuna Nagar (Haryana), she continues to guide research at M.Phil and Ph.D.Levels. Very recently she culled selective English essays written down the centuries and successfully edited the collection under the heading Wisdom. The book has since been prescribed as part of the syllabi for T.D.C.PartII students both in M.D.University, Rohtak and Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra.


Foreword. Acknowledgments. Steinbeck and His Critics. Domestic Women : Mothers. Domestic Women : Wives and Daughters. Fallen Women. Working Women. Conclusion

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