For the Depression-era realism of his settings, and the plainspoken earthiness of his characters, John Steinbeck was essentially a fabulist.
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It took Charles Dickens only six weeks to write "A Christmas Carol," which was first published Dec. 19, 1843.
And it took about the same amount of time before the first stage adaptation of the novella was presented.