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  • cuttysark
    +6

    Added the full list :)

    As a non-American I'm surprised by the lack of Steinbeck. To me his novels are characterised by his stark interpretations of American ideologies.

    • BlueOracle
      +3

      Now that you mention it, it's very surprising that there is no Steinbeck. You can't get much more American than the Grapes of Wrath, or any Steinbeck, really. I could have done with fewer mentions of the Catcher in the Rye, but I understand why it's there. I was also glad to see P.K. Dick on the full list.