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Cannery Row reader ½ Paperback ì john steinbeck ì ➵ [Read] ➯ Cannery Row By John Steinbeck ✤ – Helpyouantib.co.uk In the din and stink that is Cannery Row a colourful blend of misfits – gamblers whores drunks bums and artists – survive side by side in a jumble of adventure and mischief Doc wTrouble is he always ends up paying Packed with invention and joie de vivre Cannery Row is Steinbeck's high spirited tribute to his native Californi how do i review cannery row? like all the steinbeck i have read except the dead pony of which i remember very little except not being too keen on it it is saturated with these wonderful marginalized characters who are desperate and hopeless and yearning but they are surviving and there is so much beauty in the sualor it reminds me in my feeling parts of suttree which is one of my all time favorite books this book is full of such well meaning ineptitude and many very serious things couched in an effortless prose that comes across as almost humorous or rather amused i'm not sure how to articulate all that i am feeling for steinbeck right now this one will never be my favorite but its been so long since i read him i am remembering why i always list him when rattling off favorite authors when cornered by someone who wants something really american this certainly ualifies the frog story was the best thing i have read in a long time it didn't escape five stars by much but there's a visceral reaction i get to certain books that i didn't get here but really a fucking gemcome to my blog

Cannery RowTrouble is he always ends up paying Packed with invention and joie de vivre Cannery Row is Steinbeck's high spirited tribute to his native Californi how do i review cannery row? like all the steinbeck i have read except the dead pony of which i remember very little except not being too keen on it it is saturated with these wonderful marginalized characters who are desperate and hopeless and yearning but they are surviving and there is so much beauty in the sualor it reminds me in my feeling parts of suttree which is one of my all time favorite books this book is full of such well meaning ineptitude and many very serious things couched in an effortless prose that comes across as almost humorous or rather amused i'm not sure how to articulate all that i am feeling for steinbeck right now this one will never be my favorite but its been so long since i read him i am remembering why i always list him when rattling off favorite authors when cornered by someone who wants something really american this certainly ualifies the frog story was the best thing i have read in a long time it didn't escape five stars by much but there's a visceral reaction i get to certain books that i didn't get here but really a fucking gemcome to my blog

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Cannery Row Ä Le of adventure and mischief Doc who owns the laboratory is the fount of all generosity and wisdom Everybody wants to do something nice for Doc the Cannery Row Cannery Row #1 John SteinbeckCannery Row is a novel by American author John Steinbeck published in 1945 It is set during the Great Depression in Monterey California on a street lined with sardine canneries that is known as Cannery Row The story revolves around the people living there Lee Chong the local grocer; Doc a marine biologist; and Mack the leader of a group of derelicts Cannery Row has a simple premise Mack and his friends are trying to do something nice for their friend Doc who has been good to them without asking for reward Mack hits on the idea that they should throw a thank you party and the entire community uickly becomes involved Unfortunately the party rages out of control and Doc's lab and home are ruined and so is Doc's mood In an effort to return to Doc's good graces Mack and the boys decide to throw another party but make it work this time A procession of linked vignettes describes the denizens' lives on Cannery Row These constitute subplots that unfold concurrently with the main plotتاریخ نخستین خوانش روز بیستم ماه فوریه سال 1977 میلادیعنوان راسته کنسرو سازان راسته کنسرو سازی؛ نویسنده جان اشتاین استاین بک؛ مترجم سیروس طاهباز؛ تهران، کتابخانه ایرانمهر، فرانکلین، 1344؛ در 239ص؛ موضوع داستانهای نویسندگان امریکایی سده 20مداستان، در شهر ساحلی «مونتری» جریان دارد؛ در محله ای با عنوان «راسته کنسرو سازان کنسرو سازی»؛ خیابانی که حاشیه هایش، پر است از ماهی هایی، که قرار است، کنسرو شوند؛ قشر پایین جامعه، و کارگرها، آنجا زندکی میکنند؛ رخدادها در سالهای جنگ جهانی دوم، روی میدهند، و نویسنده، زندگی بومی ساکنان آن منطقه را، بازگو میکند، و از پیمانهای زندگیشان مینویسد؛ این رمان از آثار پرخوانشگر «اشتاین بک» است، و همانند بیشتر کتابهای این نویسنده، در فضای کاهش تقاضا بازگو میشود، و زندگی نادارها و مشکلات آنها را بیان میکند؛ خوانشگر در این رمان با تصویری روشن از کوشش انسانها برای ادامه ی زندگی روبرو میشود؛ «راسته ی کنسرو سازان» یا «راسته ی کنسر سازی»، اثری ست، که ته مایه های طنز نیز دارد، و در آن شکستهای آدمیان در کنار شادیهای کوچک نشان داده میشود؛ در رمان بر «دوستی»، «قناعت»، «اخلاق»، «پرهیز از نگاه سطحی به انسانها»، و «حس نوستالژی» تاکید شده است؛ «راسته ی کنسرو سازی» مکانی واقعی در «کالیفرنیا» است، که در چندین شعر، و داستان از جمله در همین اثر «اشتاین بک»، به نام آنجا اشاره شده است؛ ا شربیانی pdf ↠ Cannery Row Ä John Steinbeck

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John Steinbeck Ä Cannery Row kindle In the din and stink that is Cannery Row a colourful blend of misfits – gamblers whores drunks bums and artists – survive side by side in a jumb Cannery Row is of frogs and menThe frog pool was suare—fifty feet wide and seventy feet long and four feet deep Lush soft grass grew about its edge and a little ditch brought the water from the river to it and from it little ditches went out to the orchards There were frogs there all right thousands of them Their voices beat the night they boomed and barked and croaked and rattled They sang to the stars to the waning moon to the waving grasses They bellowed love songs and challengesOr to be precise it is of friendship and loveThe boiler looked like an old fashioned locomotive without wheels It had a big door in the center of its nose and a low fire door Gradually it became red and soft with rust and gradually the mallow weeds grew up around it and the flaking rust fed the weeds Flowering myrtle crept up its sides and the wild anise perfumed the air about it Then someone threw out a datura root and the thick fleshy tree grew up and the great white bells hung down over the boiler door and at night the flowers smelled of love and excitement an incredibly sweet and moving odorIn the age of steam sages dwell not in barrels like they used to in the time of antiuity but in boilersThe novel is strangely poetic And the poetry of streets and the poetry of ideals are capriciously intertwined