John Steinbeck's Of mice and men / edited & with an introduction by Harold Bloom
- Additional Titles:
- Of mice and men
- New York : Chelsea House Publishers, 
- Copyright Date:
- Physical Description:
- 134 pages ; 23 cm.
- Additional Creators:
- Bloom, Harold
- Bloom's guides
- Biographical sketch -- The story behind the story -- List of characters -- Summary and analysis -- Charlotte Cook Hadella discusses political influences on the novel -- Charlotte Cook Hadella on the novel's experimental form -- Peter Lisca on symblos in Of mice and men -- Warren French on Arthurian influence and allegory -- Warren French on Steinbeck's philosophies in Of mice and men -- John Seelye on charges of Steinbeck's sentimentalism -- Louis Owens explores the significance of George and Lennie's dream -- Howard Levant explains how the novel's form shows Steinbeck's skill -- Warren French discusses pessimism and crooks -- John Timmerman on locations and frames in the novel -- Lawrence William Jones on why Of mice and men is not a parable -- Marilyn Chandler McEntyre on Cain, Abel, and innocence -- William Goldhurst on the novel's vision.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 124-125) and index.
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