Analysis Of The Book ' The Grapes Of Wrath '

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Reoccurrence of a life

Lurking underneath Steinbeck’s vivacious verbs and vivid adjectives, the reader can see his vivid, and often, complex characters. Steinbeck does not write specifically about the stories of his life, yet incorporates his own innate feelings into his characters. He institutes archaic animations in his characters that flow through each of his own stories. John Steinbeck 's works, include little pieces of himself hidden in the heavy plots. This is also known because of the fact that he uses several of his life experiences, repeatedly, throughout his various novels. Everyday strife, effects his characters in any given book. Across Steinbeck’s different works, patterns of grieving, lifestyle, and culture, are often mirrored across plots. Both The Grapes of Wrath and The Pearl embody Steinbeck’s archaic view of divine human culture. All his characters were real people. Through traveling and journalism, and his study of people, he has carved his way of thinking to that of the average man. Steinbeck shows the destitution of mankind. Instilling that humans cry at the same things. A feeling illuminated by the harsh situations in life as seen in The Pearl and The Grapes of Wrath.
Early in The Pearl Kino talks of the music he hears playing background to his life. The Song of the Family, in which he hears when watching his wife Juana in the mornings just as the sun peeks over the mountains, “And last he turned his head to Juana, his wife, who lay…
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