Journal of a Novel. The East of Eden Letters.
by Steinbeck, John.
A Near Fine copy with a slight bump to the spine ends in a Near Fine dust jacket with some light wrinkling to head and heel of the spine. From January to November 1951, Steinbeck began his writing day, while working on East of Eden, by jotting down his ideas for the novel as well as personal letters to his editor Pascal Covici. These letters were never intended for publication and reflect his ongoing battle with the project and his observations on the events of the day. What these letters show is the flow of Steinbeck's mind and the nature of his creative process.
Edition: First Printing of the First UK Edition
Book Id: 26107