A Comprehensive Analysis of Steinbeck’s Cup of Gold
Steinbeck Cup of Gold begins by page two to discuss Morgan’s early career and plans for capturing Panama. He provides general background for his specific story of Morgan; the century old struggle between Spain and England for the new world and the colonization of their possessions in the West Indies. The rest of the story describes the gathering of the forces, the invasion, the looting and destruction of the city, and Morgan’s meeting and parting with the lady in InfraRed. Cup of Gold is the first work known for thematic structure, character, symbols and imagery. This article explores the detailed analysis of Cup of Gold as aseminal novel.
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