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Quote of The Book

“A child may ask, “What is the world’s story about?” And a grown man or woman may wonder, “What way will the world go? How does it end and, while we’re at it, what’s the story about?” 324 more words

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Novel Passages #2

“I don’t know what directed his steps toward the Salinas Valley. It was an unlikely place for a man from a green country to come to, but he came about thirty years before the turn of the century and he brought with him his tiny Irish wife, a tight hard little woman humor-less as a chicken. 350 more words

Novel Passages #5

“Sometimes, but not often, a rain comes to the Salinas Valley in November. It is so rare that the Journal or the Index or both carry editorials about it. 311 more words

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Novel Passage (#4)

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“As he rode through the light and dark of tree-shade and open his mind moved on. When had the Welshrats started crawling in his chest? 383 more words

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East of Eden Reflection

East of Eden was a very difficult book to read. Not because of the length, because the novel forced the reader to impose Steinbeck’s ideas in themselves and sometimes the ideas are things we don’t want to think about. 285 more words

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Passages

1.“I’VE THOUGHT OF THAT MORE THAN ANYTHING ELSE. NO, I DON’T THINK SHE MEANT TO KILL ME. SHE DIDN’T ALLOW ME THAT DIGNITY. THERE WAS NO HATRED IN HER, NO PASSION AT ALL. 2,028 more words

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East of Eden: Reflective Letter

East of Eden was extremely difficult to read. Not because of the length; not because of the diction; this novel was difficult to read because it forced the reader to look inside themself and determine the ways they have allowed  258 more words

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