The Turtle From The Grapes Of Wrath Analysis

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In “The Turtle from The Grapes of Wrath” by John Steinbeck represents the central theme by patience and acceptance. The turtle is an allegory of experience. The turtle moves along the same road like everyone else struggling for survival. The turtle is battling the drought, making him look rough and ragged out. Despite his appearance, he maintains his innocence and faith. The obstacles the turtle encounters are determined and tireless.
In spite of his worn aspects of life,he keeps himself steady. In the short story it says “The underside of the shell was creamy yellow,clean and smooth”. His hind feet, swaying powerful in the struggle to keep his front feet on the ground (Steinbeck 759) His progress was slow but determined and with his focus
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