Works Cited

By Group 4

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Amazon.com. The Pearl Cover. The Pearl. By John Steinbeck. 1947. http://images.amazon.com/images /P/0140292934.01.LZZZZZZZ.jpg. 2007.

Barker, Debra K. S. "Passages of Descent and Initiation: Juana as the 'Other' Hero of The Pearl." After The Grapes of Wrath: Essays on John Steinbeck in Honor of Tetsumaro Hayashi. Athens: Ohio UP, 1995. 113-24.

British Broadcasting Corporation.  John Steinbeck Image. http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/ gcsebitesize/img/elmicecont01.jpg. 2007.

Bedell, Bill. “John Steinbeck, Story-Teller” Rev. of The Pearl by John Steinbeck. Houston Post. 19 Sept. 1948.

Benson, Jackson J.  The True Adventures of John Steinbeck, Writer.  New York: The Viking Press, 1984. 

Brady, Charles A. “Ancient Folktale Serves as Basis for ‘The Pearl.’ Rev of The Pearl by  John Steinbeck.             Evening News 22 Nov. 1947.

BestBookBuys.com La Perla / The Pearl Cover. The Pearl. By John Steinbeck. Published 1999. http://images.bestwebbuys.com/muze/books/96/9780785799696.jpg. 2007. 

Bookweb.com. The Pearl Cover. The Pearl. By John Steinbeck. http://bookweb.kinokuniya.co.jp/ bimgdata/FC0140187383.JPG. 2007.

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Cahillpublishing.com. The Pearl Cover. The Pearl. By John Steinbeck. 1947. http://www.cahillpublishing.com/Cahill/pearlsig.jpg. 2007.

Cooperman, Stanley. The Pearl, the Grapes of Wrath and Other Novels by Steinbeck.  Monarch Press: New York. 1964

Fensch, Thomas. Steinbeck & Covici: The Story of a Friendship. Texas: New Century, 1979.

George, Stephen K. "A Taoist Interpretation of John Steinbeck's The Pearl." Steinbeck Review 1.1 (Spring 2004): 90-105.

Greene, Tim. "Leaders Can Be Made: Promising IT Managers Develop Leadership Skills with Help from Steinbeck, Shakespeare and Hemingway." Network World 28 June 2004: 40.

Greetham, D. C. Textual Scholarship: An Introduction. New York: Garland Publishing, 1994.  

Hathaway, Pat. "California Views: The Pat Hathaway Collection." John Steinbeck Image.  http://www.caviews.com/john.htm. 2007.

Hotelling, Neal B.  “At Home with the Steinbecks.” Alta Vista Magazine. 30 October 1994: 6-7.  

JimBooks.com. The Pearl Film Poster. RKO. 1948. http://www.jimbooks.com/images/ steinbeck_pearlposterm.jpg. 2007.

Johnson, Claudia Durst. Understanding Of Mice and Men, The Red Pony, and The Pearl: A Student Casebook to Issues, Sources, and Historical Documents. Westport, CT: Greenwood P, 1997.

Kierman, Thomas. The Intricate Music, A Biography of John Steinbeck. Boston, MA: Little Brown and Co, 1979.

La Perla.  Film Poster.  Original at Salinas Steinbeck Center.

La Perla Wall Panel.   Original display at Salinas Steinbeck Center.

LegendsofAmerica.com. Steinbeck image.  http://www.legendsofamerica. com/Route66/steinbeck.jpg. 2007. 

Library of America. loa.org. Steinbeck Centennial Image.  http://loa.org/excerpts/steinbeck/ images/photo-steinbeck.jpg. 2007.

Lisca, Peter. Steinbeck and His Critics: A Record of Twenty-Five Years. Albuquerque, New Mexico UP. 1957.

“Manuscript of The Pearl.”  Found in The Pearl files at the Steinbeck Center at San Jose State University on 17 October 2007.

 Meyer, Michael J. "Harmonic Dissonance: Steinbeck's Implementation and Adaptation of Musical Techniques." Literature and Music. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2002. 183-202.

---. "Wavering Shadows: A New Jungian Perspective in Steinbeck's The Pearl." Steinbeck Review 1.1 (Spring 2004): 132-45.

Parini, Jay.  John Steinbeck: A Biography.  New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1995.   

The Pearl Cover. (Russian Edition). Original at Salinas Steinbeck Center. 

Pearl Illustration.  Illustrated Movie Still.  Original at Salinas Steinbeck Center.

Orozco, Jose Clemente. Pearl Images. The Pearl. By John Steinbeck. 1947. New York: Penguin Books, 1994.

[Author Undocumented] The Pearl Manuscript. Salinas Steinbeck Center, California, (Purchased in 1983).

Pepalla, A. "Steinbeck's Non-Teleological View of Life." Indian Response to Steinbeck: Essays Presented to Professor Warren  G. French. Jaipur, India: Rachana Prakashan, 1984. 40-50.

Prescott, Orville. “Books of the Times.” Rev. of The Pearl by John Steinbeck.  New York Times. 24 Nov. 1947.

Railsback, Brian and Michael J. Meyer, eds. “The Pearl (novel).” A John Steinbeck Encyclopedia.  New York: Greenwood Press, 2006.

Ross, Woodburn O. “John Steinbeck: Earth and Stars,” Studies in Honor of A.H.R. Fairchild,  University of Missouri Studies  21:177-91 1946.

Sea of Cortez Map.  Original at Salinas Steinbeck Center.

Shillinglaw, Susan. A Journey into Steinbeck's California. Berkeley, CA: Roaring Forties Press, 2006.

Shimomura, Noboru. "Guilt and Christianity in The Pearl." Chu-Shikoku Studies in American Literature 16 (1980): 19-31.

Steinbeck Center Past Art & Cultural Events.  “El Arte De Mexico: Tres Aspectos De Tradicion.”  The Steinbeck Center at San Jose State University.  19 October 2007  http://www.steinbeck.org/PastArt.html>. 

Steinbeck, Elaine and Robert Wallsten, eds. Steinbeck: A Life in Letters. New York: Viking Press Inc., 1975.

Steinbeck, John. Personal Letter to Carlton A. Sheffield. New York City. 16 Oct. 1952.

[Author undocumented.] “Steinbeck’s New Book.” New York Herald Tribune. 24 Nov. 1947.
 
Steinley, Gary. "The Contemporary American Novella: An Existential Approach." English Journal 59.1 (Jan. 1970): 52-58.

St. Pierre, Brian. John Steinbeck, The California Years. San Francisco, CA: Chronicle Books, 1983.  

Svendsen, Kester.  "Just Second-Rate Steinbeck."  Rev. of The Pearl by John Steinbeck.  Oklahoman. 21 Dec. 1947.

Syed, Mashkoor Ali. "Dual Duality: Kino as Cain and Abel in The Pearl." The Betrayal of Brotherhood in the Work of John Steinbeck: Cain Sign. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen P, 2000. 279-96.  

Syed, Mashkoor Ali. "Steinbeck and The Bhagavad Gita." Steinbeck Review 1.1 (Spring 2004): 75-89.

Tedlock, E. W., Jr. and C. V. Wicker, eds. Steinbeck and His Critics: A Record of Twenty-Five Years. Peter Lisca, contributor. “Steinbeck’s Parable of The Pearl.” Albuquerque: U. of New Mexico Press, 1957.

Thurman, Judith. “The White Ball: A Paean to Pearls.” New Yorker. 29 Oct. 2001:90.

Wagner-Martin, Linda. Introduction. The Pearl. By John Steinbeck. 1947. New York: Penguin Books, 1994. vii-xxiv.

Weeks, Donald. “Steinbeck’s Slightly Tarnished Pearl” Rev. of The Pearl by John Steinbeck. Chronicle San Francisco 14 Dec. 1947.

World Herald. Omaha, Nebraska. Rev. of The Pearl by John Steinbeck. 11 Jan. 1948.

Yanitelli, Victor R. Ph.D. “Best Sellers” Rev. of The Pearl by John Steinbeck. Department of Romance Languages, University of Scranton. 1 Dec. 1947.