Wrath Of Grapes: An Analysis

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I will start by analyzing Steinbeck’s book, The Wrath of Grapes, or specifically the contention between the Joad family and the world in which they reside within. In war, an assault can come may come from many fronts. In this particular point that is being made, is that one of the greatest assault they found themselves in conflict with, is with man. Steinbeck consistently and woefully leads to the idea that the migrants’ great suffering is by something that many would not consider. Vice to belief, it is not weather or harsh environments, but rather people themselves. Historical, social, and economic circumstances separate people into horrid social hierarchies, rich and poor, landowner and tenant, and the people in the leading roles struggle

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