- John Steinbeck's East of Eden - The American
- Elia Kazan's film interpretation of John
- East of Eden Essay - Shmoop
- Essays on East of Eden Steinbeck Monograph Series
John Steinbeck's East of Eden - The American
First commissioned by the late Professor Michael J.
Elia Kazan's film interpretation of John
: the book was the telling of the founding of a community, the changes of places and people in character, look, and purpose; and the film, showing the conflict between father and son, was an announcement of a new sensibility—both suggested the possibilities of American freedom. When a society is simple, the people are either barbaric or quite mannered or a dismaying mixture of both.
East of Eden Essay - Shmoop
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Essays on East of Eden Steinbeck Monograph Series
Main character: Adam Trask, a guy in the middle of an epic struggle between good and evil. Between the power of good, and the ever-present temptations of evil.
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