John Steinbeck's Accomplishments

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On February 27, 1902 in Salinas Valley, California John Ernst Steinbeck Jr. was born to John Ernst Steinbeck Sr. and Olive Hamilton Steinbeck. He lived a modest childhood, as his father held multiple jobs in order to support the family. For a short time Steinbeck attended Stanford University, but in 1925 he dropped out to pursue his career as a writer. Later that year he went to New York to find inspiration for his first book which he would later name Cup of Gold. Though his novel Cup of Gold was an unsuccessful attempt at romance, a few short years later in 1935 he got his first big hit. Tortilla Flat was the true start of his career, from then on he published a book almost every year. His career peaked at the publishing of the popular novel

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