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John Steinbeck, the Good Companion. Terry White, ed. Introduction by R. A. Blum. Schultz, Jeffrey, and Luchen Li, eds. Critical Companion to John Steinbeck: A Literary Reference to His Life and Work. New York: Facts on File, 2005
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Sheffield, Carlton A. Steinbeck: The Good Companion. Portola Valley, California: American Lewis Endowment, 1983. Sirnmonds, Roy S. " Steinbeck's America and Americans " Steinbeck's Travel Literature: Essays in Criticism. Ed. Tetsumaro Hayashi. Steinbeck Monograph Series, No. 10, 1980. Steinbeck, Elaine and Robert Wallstein eds. Steinbeck: A Life in Letters. New York: Viking/ Penguin, 1975.
John Steinbeck had a colorful career at Stanford Dook would become Steinbeck’s lifelong companion until the latter’s death in 1968
John Steinbeck had a colorful career at Stanford. To Steinbeck, that summed up the progress of his career at that point in his lif. teinbeck used that symbol throughout his life. This is the Steinbeck persona. Dook would become Steinbeck’s lifelong companion until the latter’s death in 1968. Along with filling the role of best man at Steinbeck’s wedding to first wife Carol Henning, Dook also once saved Steinbeck’s life during a camping trip. Another was Ed Ricketts, a man who would later be immortalized as Doc in Cannery Row.
Sheffield, Carlton, A. John Steinbeck, the Good Companion, His Friend Dook's Memoir. Berkeley: Creative Arts Book Company, 1995. Rev. of The Acts of King Arthur and His Noble Knights. New York: Ballantine, 1976. Wallsten, Robert and Steinbeck, Elaine. Steinbeck, A Life in Letters. New York: The Viking Press, 1975. Williams, Mary C.