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ISBN: 0434740098 / ISBN-13: 9780434740093

Sweet Thursday

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An elaboration on John Steinbeck's greatest theme - the common bonds of humanity and love which make goodness and happiness possible - this "Penguin ... Show synopsis

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  • Sweet Thursday (William Heinemann Ltd) – Hardcover (1966)
    by John Steinbeck

    Sweet Thursday
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    Hardcover, William Heinemann Ltd
    1966
    Uniform edition.
    264 pages

    ISBN: 0434740098
    ISBN-13: 9780434740093

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Reviews of Sweet Thursday

Overall customer rating: 4.800
Debbie C
by Debbie C on Jun 8, 2013

Haven't read this book yet. Ordered it ahead for a book club discussion in December. Plan on reading it the end of the year.

Andie

Surprised

by Andie on Jun 3, 2011

John Steinbeck being jaunty & tounge in cheek - very uplifting when you can laugh at the subtle sarcasam. Will read & savor again

schermie

ONE OF STEINBECK'S SWEETEST STORIES

by schermie on Jul 5, 2007

Set in Monterey's Cannery Row, Steinbeck tells the story of a beleaguered writer trying to write a book but who is beset by personal doubt and frustration. The locals, including the madam of the Palace, contrive to keep him assured. Into the picture comes a young woman, apparently adrift and homeless, whose abilities belie her assumed status as a prostitute, and the madam understands this but gives her refuge in her establishment. How this girl rescues the writer and gives him life, finally, makes it one of the sweetest and most poignant tales I have read. Full of humor as well as pathos, it is a must read for any who like Steinbeck.

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topj

a good relaxing read

by topj on May 31, 2007

When I think of John Steinbeck, I think first of "Cannery Row". Sweet Thursday is a companion book to cannery row. It is a soft, relaxing, easy read. One can easily picture the area and the characters exemplified in this novel. It is one of my favorites.

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