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He has an education, but he feels most at home amongst the misfits living on Cannery Row.
The large galleried Spindrift Inn at No. His boat, Steinbeck explains, is lovingly and exquisitely constructed, and Henri even lives on it.
This allows our team to focus on improving the library and adding new essays.His spontaneous travels and insatiable curiosity often garner suspicion from those who do not know him. However, despite Frankie's troubles, he feels as though he fits into life on Cannery Row, mostly thanks to Doc. There are three suicides — at least — and the Doc, whom Steinbeck insists is beloved and generous, is also melancholy and lonely, frequently drinking alone at night, listening to delicate, sad music. From quantum theory to universal cosmology, he stresses the integration of all. But unlike Of Mice and Men, Cannery Row shows a community dynamic verses the dynamic of select individuals or a small group. Although it lacks the heavy-handedness of The Grapes of Wrath and Of Mice and Men,Cannery Row still romanticizes its cast of misfits and ne'er-do-wells to a significant degree. Once Richard Frost finds out that he's "got a can up there," everyone's curiosity is satiated. This allows our team to focus on improving the library and adding new essays. Cannery Row is like a living organism, just as his characters mirror the creatures left behind by the tide. During this time he tried his hand at a career in writing, but had trouble getting his work published and so returned to California to work a series of labor jobs.
Finally, it is an extension of Steinbeck's overall writing style, which depends on small moments of aesthetic brilliance and occasional off-topic riffs. I think they survive in this particular world better than other people. This represents the fact that on Cannery Row, people are more concerned with the practicalities of survival and do not really understand the purpose of frivolous achievements or artistic flourishes.