The Red Pony Essay | A Genuine Leader of the People - The Red Pony

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A Genuine Leader of the People - The Red Pony

Summary: Literary analysis of The Red Pony by John Steinbeck.
How many authors can you think of that have won the Nobel Prize, Pulitzer Prize, Presidential Medal of Freedom, published over thirty books, and had many of them translated into other languages? Can't think of many? That is because there is only one. The only person that has ever had the right to claim that title is John Steinbeck. He is a world-renowned author and it is only now, after his death that he is finally receiving the recognition that he rightfully deserves. John Steinbeck has been named Time's Author of the Year because of the countless awards he was won, the unique topics he discusses in his novels, and his unforgettable and down-to-earth characters.

John Steinbeck is one of few authors who have received such numerous and prestigious awards. Fairly early in his career, Steinbeck was named one of...

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