East of Eden

Introduction

The Bible mentions East of Eden as the location of the Land of Nod, where Cain was exiled.

East of Eden may also refer to:

  • "East of Eden", a 1939 novel also known by the title "Comrade Nachman" by Yiddish writer Israel Joshua Singer.
  • East of Eden (novel), a 1952 novel by Nobel Prize winner John Steinbeck
    • East of Eden (film), a 1955 motion picture based on the Steinbeck book
    • East of Eden (TV miniseries), a 1981 television miniseries starring Timothy Bottoms
  • East of Eden (1988 film), a 1988 Syrian documentary film by Omar Amiralay
  • East of Eden (TV series), a 2008 South Korean television series
  • East of Eden (band), a progressive rock band from the UK
  • East of Eden (album), a 2009 album by Taken by Trees
  • Far East of Eden, a Japanese roleplaying videogame series
  • Eden of the East, a 2009 anime television series
  • "East of Eden", a song on the album Steeltown by Big Country, a rock band from Scotland
  • "East of Eden", a song on the album Fuck Forever by the British band Babyshambles
  • "East of Eden", a song on the album Century Spring by American pop-folk singer-songwriter Mason Jennings
  • "East of Eden", a song on the album Lone Justice by American roots rock band Lone Justice
  • "East of Eden", a song on the album Dead Can Dance by neoclassical dark wave band Dead Can Dance

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