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Essay on the Grapes of Wrath By John Steinbeck Many people spend their entire lives looking for their family A family to some people is the most necessary thing in life The novel The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck is based on the collapse and fall of families Family is something that is always there even if you dont notice it You start to see the downfall of family in chapter 6 when Joad went back to his house He came back to his hometown and saw his moms house totally abandoned and wrecked Somepins wrong he said I cant put my finger on her I got an itch that somepins wrongern hell Just this house pushed aroun an my folks gone57 Not understanding what was going on he went looking around for anybody or anything going into the barn he finds Muley and was somewhat relieved Tom Muley and Joad made a fire out of the loose wood on the house and made a fire to cook some rabbit They were around the fire eating and talking like a family would around the dinner table They were like a family even if they couldnt see it Somewhere in the beginning of chapter 10 Tom and Ma Joad decided to get all the farmers from Oklahoma and start out new in California This was a way that everyone could get a fresh start Everyone is joking around about moving out to California like Ma said playfully They dont let people run aroun with their clothes unbotton in California125 After all that stopped they wondered what would the people be like and if the could find places to live Soon all the farmer packed up and got in their trucks and formed one big line going down route 66 to start their new lives All the people going to California are going to become a big family even if they
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