Steinbeck's classic book is like a companion volume to Dust Bowl Ballads, telling the very story that Guthrie warns about in "Do Re Mi."
If you liked Grapes of Wrath, you will love East of Eden. Steinbeck takes us deep into the promised land of California and to tell a devastating moral tale about good and evil.
The latest in long-winded Guthrie biographies, competing with Joe Klein's for the title of "authoritative biography."
The first in-depth biography of Woody Guthrie to come out—surprisingly, not until 1999.
A rambling record of some of Guthrie's life in Oklahoma and beyond, brought to us in the voice of the poet himself.
One of many great historical accounts of Depression-era Oklahoma.