Walter Evan's Depiction Of Life

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Walter Evan’s depiction of life and the people during the Depression of the 1930s is shocking, depressing, and infuriating. In the picture, one mother and three children sit and lay on the ground looking away from the viewer. The mother 's clothes are dirty and torn, along with the children’s clothes laying on the ground and at her side. For instance, the only person wearing shoes is the mother. She appears hopeless, distant, and tired as she looks at her dirty and half-naked children. A strong example of the family being homeless is they are sitting against the side of a structure, with no walls protecting them from the embarrassment. Suppose that this family did somehow have clean clothes, shelter, and a place to rest comfortably for the
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