Steinbeck's Monterey Novels
Scholars talked about the themes and interpretations of certain Steinbeck novels. At the end of the program they answered questions from audience members.
The event was part of the Steinbeck Centennial Conference.
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Nina Allen Senior Lecturer Suffolk University->English
- P. Balaswamy Department Head Pondicherry University->English
- Ronald Janssen Associate Professor Hofstra University->English
- Leland Person Department Head University of Cincinnati->English
- Reinaldo Silva Assistant Professor Universidade de Aveiro->Language and Culture
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