A while back I decided to try to read the complete works of John Steinbeck. When I thought up that idea, I did not quite understand how many books he had written. In the various bookshops I have only ever seen a handful of books. But I was mistaken – there are more than a handful, much more. Anyway, the mission is underway.
Below Steinbeck’s bibliography adapted from his Noble Prize page. I will mark off the books I have read as I read them over the next few months. So wish me luck.
- Cup of Gold : a Life of Sir Henry Morgan, Buccaneer, with Occasional Reference to History.
- The Pastures of Heaven.
To a God Unknown.(read Aug 2015) Tortilla Flat.(read 2014)
- In Dubious Battle.
Of Mice and Men.(read 1992)
The Red Pony.(read Sep 2012)
- Their Blood Is Strong.
- The Long Valley.
The Grapes of Wrath.(read Dec 2011)
- Sea of Cortez.
- The Forgotten Village.
- Bombs Away : the Story of a Bomber Team.
The Moon Is Down.(read Aug 2012)
Cannery Row.(read Jun 2012)
The Pearl.(read 1990) The Wayward Bus.(read Apr 2012)
- A Russian Journal.
East of Eden.(read July 2012)
- Viva Zapata!
Sweet Thursday.(read Jun 2012) The Short Reign of Pippin IV : a Fabrication.(read Aug 2012) Once There Was a War.(read 2015)
- The Winter of Our Discontent.
- Travels with Charley : In Search of America.
- America and Americans.
- Journal of a Novel : The East of Eden Letters.
- Steinbeck : a Life in Letters
- Working Days : The Journals of The Grapes of Wrath, 1938-1941
- The Uncollected Stories of John Steinbeck
- John Steinbeck on Writing
- America and Americans and Selected Nonfiction