Definition of Steinbeck
1. Noun. United States writer noted for his novels about agricultural workers (1902-1968).
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1. The Best Plays by Burns Mantle, Louis Kronenberger (1899)
"THE MOON IS DOWN A Drama in Two Parts BY JOHN steinbeck IT was April 7 before Oscar Serlin, the producer, got John steinbeck's drama of the military ..."
2. Past and Present of O'Brien and Osceola Counties, Iowa by John Licinius Everett Peck, Otto Hillock Montzheimer, William J. Miller (1914)
"William steinbeck received his early training in his native land and when thirty ... William steinbeck were the parents of four children, Alfred, Mary, ..."
3. Select Methods in Chemical Analysis. (Chiefly Inorganic). by William Crookes (1871)
"Estimation of Copper in the Mansfeld Ores by Dr. steinbeck-s Process. This method, which entirely answers the imposed conditions, embraces three distinct ..."
4. California: Las Vegas, Reno, Baja California by John Gottberg (1999)
"Although steinbeck today would hardly recognize the Cannery Row he knew - an old ... The true heart of steinbeck country is 20 miles inland in Salinas, ..."
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