Analysis Of John Steinbeck's Grapes Of Wrath

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Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck is a historical fiction novel set in the late 1930s on a trip from Oklahoma to California. Tom Joad is released from prison and meets a man named Jim on his way home to Oklahoma. When they reach Tom’s home, they find out that many families have moved to California for open job opportunities including Tom’s. They then both travel to Tom’s uncle’s house and find the rest of the Joad family about to leave for California, not knowing the hardships they would face on their journey and their destination. The world portrayed by John Steinbeck is a world I would not like to live in because of the many losses of family members, the horrible treatment they face from the Californians, and the selfishness of the other

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