Of Mice And Men
John Steinbeck, The Great Depression and The American Dream
He released many novels following his first Cup Of Gold. He released his most famous novel Grapes Of Wrath in 1939. It was his most ambitious novel, which went on to win a Pulitzer Prize for that book in 1940. In total the book sold over 10,000 copies a week. He eventually went on to write for the New York Herald Tribune during World War II.