Searching for Steinbeck
Is it the Salinas Valley or the Monterey Peninsula that can claim the quintessential Steinbeck?
Thursday, August 4, 1994
Perhaps it's an inferiority complex of location, born of our distance from the Patriot's Trail and all the places that George Washington might have slept. Perhaps it's our lack of big-city sophistication--our inability to be blase about claiming a Pulitzer/Noble Prize-winner as a native son.
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