Dorothea Lange And John Steinbeck

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During Great Depression Dorothea Lange and John Steinbeck made a bing in pact by using their art. They showed the world, all the thing that people were going through that others didn't know. John with his great talent as a writer, taught and explained to other people things that were happening during those times.
John Steinbeck was born on February 27, 1903 in Salinas, California. He was the son second of four children. His mother was Olive Hamilton who was a former teacher and father was John Ernst Steinbeck the treasurer of Monterey County. He become from a middle class family. His mother since he was little taught him to love reading and writing. In his summers John worked as a farmer hand on the nearby Spreckels sugar beet farm. John graduated from high school in 1919 and he attended to Stanford University. After study for some years he decided to drop out college and started to work as a manual labor. In November 1925 he decided to moved to New York City where he worked as a construction worker and a newspaper reporter. In there he only lived for a year and then he returned back to California. He started to write books and by 1929 he published his first book called “Cup of Gold.” His first book was about Henry Morgan an adventurous pirate. In October 1929 just two months after John published his first book, Great Depression occurred.
John met Carol Henning whom he married in January 14, 1930. He continue writing and he published “The Pastures of Heaven” in 1932 and
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