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The Hayashi Steinbeck Bibliography: 1982-1996

The Hayashi Steinbeck Bibliography: 1982-1996 (Hardback)

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The Hayashi Steinbeck Bibliography is the third volume in Scarecrow's popular series that gathers citations about the life and work of the influential American author John Steinbeck. This volume, covering the period from 1982 through 1996, was compiled by noted Steinbeck scholar and historian Michael J. Meyer; for the first time in this series, it includes citations for works published in languages other than English and provides English translations of their titles for quick assessment of their scholarly value. This volume includes over 4000 citations (compared to 2500 for the previous volume), as well as 15 major new critical studies and 2 new biographies. The thorough index not only lists the author's works, but also major characters, themes, and stylistic tendencies, and extensive cross-references make this volume easy to use for not only college professors and scholars but also high school and college students who are only beginning to develop a familiarity with Steinbeck's work.

Finally, The Hayashi Steinbeck Bibliography presents corrections and addenda to the two previous volumes (now out of print), making the three volumes together one of the most complete sources of work on John Steinbeck ever printed.

Michael J. Meyer, now retired, was an adjunct professor of English at DePaul University and Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago Illinois. He is the coeditor of A Steinbeck Encyclopedia (2006) and the author of The John Steinbeck Bibliography, 1996-2006 (forthcoming from Scarecrow).

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