The Grapes Of Wrath By John Steinbeck

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John Steinbeck the author of The Grapes of Wrath has a very unique styling of writing. With his style of writing the historical and creative embellishments of the Great Depression are expressed vividly. The way John Steinbeck brings out the nonfiction and the fiction points of view in his writing bring a special twist to writing in general. The way that his writing can bring out the historical and creative writing makes this one of the most intriguing reads a person could ever read. The two major points that make this book a really intriguing read would be the way that John Steinbeck can bring out historical and creative embellishments of The Great Depression. With the unique way John Steinbeck can bring the fiction and non-fiction ways are unique and really interesting points that should be expressed on more. The Houses were left vacant on the land, and the land was vacant because of this. (Steinbeck Page 115) The image John Steinbeck creates is powerful in more ways than one. The way that he can explain how the Great Depression effected everyone in one sentence is remarkable. The way he is able to incorporate a powerful image that can affect all readers is the most unique in many ways. With the first part of the sentence, The Houses were left vacant on the land, shows that there had been once but now has disappeared from existence is a really powerful image that he only can create with his style of writing. Also with that part of the sentence
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