Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck with an introduction by Joseph Henry Jackson
New York : The Modern Library, . Hardcover. 186 pages ; 18 cm. Price-clipped dust jacket. Previous owner address label on the front free endpaper. Pages are unmarked and binding is firm.
OF MICE AND MEN BY JOHN STEINBECK
Genuine compassion for his vagabonds and human flotsam gives the breath of life to John Steinbeck's novels and makes them idylls of the lower depths. Of Mice and Men is Steinbeck at his compassionate best; it is a story movingly and forcefully told and with overtones of soaring beauty. Its first success as a national best-seller and its subsequent triumph in dramatic form have helped to place John Steinbeck in the company of the first prose writers of America. Other books by John Steinbeck in the Modern Library are The Grapes of Wrath (No. 148), In Dubious Battle (No. 1 1 5), Tortilla Flat (No. 216).
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