The Troubling Concept of Timshel in East of Eden

John Steinbeck'sĀ East of Eden is a heavy book. Not simply in terms of form, as the book is some 600 pages long, but also in terms of content. When reading the book, the reader is taken on an extended journey through time and place, from ancient Israel, and Old-World Europe, to America and the American … Continue reading The Troubling Concept of Timshel in East of Eden