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The Grapes of Wrath The Grapes of Wrath is a book about real life based on the poor lonely and exiled It tells the story about migrant workers what life was really like during the Great Depression I feel this story has a lot to teach us then in the 30s and now It shows us the reality of how people lived during these times how they talked and most importantly how they survived I really dont understand why anyone should protest this books subject manner language or message This story that John Steinbeck created teaches students and adults alike real life lessons how hard things really were better than an y text book ever could It is not all about numbers and figures its about a close hard working family put out of their home taking what little possessions they can fit on a truck and leaving the land the home they have known all their lives in a hope of something better in a hope to find work to survive True the language isnt all cleaned up and pretty for ya but its REAL This is how a true Southern farmerfarm family talked they knew no better and it isnt like we ourselves havent heard or used foul language it is part of human nature The messages in this book are about human to human connection In chapter 28 Tom is saying good bye to his mother and before he leaves he shares with her something that Casey had said to him Says one time he went out in the wilderness to find his own soul an he foun he didnt have no soul that was hisn Says he foun he jus got a little piece of a great big soul says a wilderness aint no good cause his little piece of soul wasnt no good less it was with the rest an was whole Other messages are about helping on another
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