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July 13, 2009

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jewell

I am not a student at Cornell, but I am reading the Grapes of Wrath for the first time. I appreciate the information on this site. It is education I would not have normally have access.

Lance

Jewell -- Thank you for your kind words. I'm glad you found our web site and blog useful. It's good to know that the information there is appreciated by Steinbeck readers.

Are you enjoying your reading of The Grapes of Wrath?

Good words to you -- Lance Heidig

jewell

I'm around pg. 120, not sure where everyone else is..

I live in San Francisco & I drove my convertible through Monterey and the Salinas Valley recently. It inspired me to read The Long Valley and now this.

rene delgado

Hi, I´m mexican, and live in Chihuahua México (near to the Texas border)... already I´m reading "The grapes of wrath" and I found the book really amazing and very touching; I mean, never think before that an american writer can depict lives of people in a so vivid way (it makes me recall our Juan Rulfo, author of "El llano en llamas" -highly recommended-). The ban of the book is an informal award in itself, and a fact of the power inside their words

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