Farm Families In John Steinbeck's The Grapes Of Wrath

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John steinbeck’s, The Grapes of Wrath, is a novel that shows the miserable conditions under which the farm families of america live during the 1930s. The novel portrays the Joad family’s migration from west to california during the great depression. As a result pushing the family to abandon their home and their source of income. Due to tractors carelessly industrializing their farms. Families were to gather their belongings and evacuate immediately. The joads along with many other farm families encounter many hardships along their journey, like the cruelty of the land, owners that take advantage of them, forced to turn against fellow farms just to survive and much more. Steinbeck usually refers to the fact that the migrants immense amount of
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