Thomas Steinbeck Quotes

Top 9 wise famous quotes and sayings by Thomas Steinbeck

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Thomas Steinbeck quotes: My father thought of himself as a tradesman. A craftsman. My father thought of himself as a tradesman. A craftsman.
Thomas Steinbeck quotes: I like writing, but I write for self-improvement more than I do for money. I like writing, but I write for self-improvement more than I do for money.
Thomas Steinbeck quotes: Since I can't write the greatest American novel, I'm going to write the longest American novel. Since I can't write the greatest American novel, I'm going to write the longest American novel.
Thomas Steinbeck quotes: Plot makes the character just as history makes the man. Plot makes the character just as history makes the man.
Thomas Steinbeck quotes: My father believed, like Pericles, that a man's genius could be easily judged by the number of unenlightened fools set in phalanx against his ideas. My father believed, like Pericles, that a man's genius could be easily judged by the number of unenlightened fools set in phalanx against his ideas.
Thomas Steinbeck quotes: You didn't grow up in the shadow of John Steinbeck. He put you on his shoulders and gave you all the light you wanted. You didn't grow up in the shadow of John Steinbeck. He put you on his shoulders and gave you all the light you wanted.
Thomas Steinbeck quotes: My only job is to write in such a way that the reader gets a new handle on humanity. My only job is to write in such a way that the reader gets a new handle on humanity.