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Women are known for as holding families together When times get rough women are the foundation to the family and help keep things together A woman poses different qualities that can help keep the family strong These qualities can be categorized in the four archetypes of a woman The idea of the woman Archetype is presented by Carl Jung The first being Mother Nature the very physical aspect and the second is the virgin which represents the spiritual aspect of the archetype The third is the young which who is the physical state while the fourth is the old witch possessing the spiritual side of the woman archetype The four women in John Steinbecks The Grapes of Wrath represent these four archetypes and take on responsibilities that in the end help the family succeeds in achieving their dreams Ma Joad is a woman of strength and hope who is the backbone of the family She represents the Mother Nature archetype while she posses the physical aspect of guiding the family and staying strong when the family needs her most Steinbeck shows the importance of mas character by the syntax usage to describe ma Ma was heavy but not fat thick with child-bearing and workher ankles and her strong broad bare feet moved quickly and deftly over the floor Ma is described with these features to show her strength as a mother who has control and survives through hard situations 95 Her bare feet being close to the earth shows how she takes on a Mother Nature archetype to her character She is one with the earth just as Mother Nature is Mother Nature is one that gives birth produces sustains life and nurtures her family All of these archetypes are expressed in mas character Even though she is a very strong woman she knows her role in the family Ma knows when it is her time to help the family and when it is
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