The Grapes of Wrath Pdf By John Steinbeck
The Grapes of Wrath Pdf is the eBook of a realist novel written by renowned American John Steinbeck that was published in 1939. The novel book won the National Book Award and Pulitzer Prize in the fiction genre, and it was cited remarkably when Steinbeck won the Nobel Prize in 1962.
This famous novel is frequently read in American Colleges and high school literature classes due to its historical references and rich legacy.
Many scholars have remarked on Steinbeck’s use of Christian imagery within the novel.
Main character of the story is Tom Joad, who is the protagonist of the story, the second son of Joad Family named after his father.
The most critical implications lie with Tom Joad and Jim Casy, both described as Christ-like figures at specific intervals within the novel.
A film with the same name, The Grapes Of Wrath is the adaption of the story of this popular novel by John Steinbeck, which was released in 1940.
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The novel focuses on the Joads, a low-income farmers family driven from their hometown Oklahoma by drought, financial hardship, bank foreclosures and changes in the agriculture industry, forcing resident farmers out of work.
Story of the novel is set in the period of the Great Depression in United States.
Due to their almost hopeless situation, the Joads set out for California and thousands of others seeking jobs, dignity, land, and a promising future.
The story begins just after Tom Joad is released from McAlester prison, where he had been jailed after being convicted of killing in self-defence.
The Grapes Of Wrath By John Steinbeck is considered one of the best realist novel of all time.
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Download the Pdf eBook of this popular novel by Steinbeck, which is considered one of the most popular novel of all time.
It was bestselling novel book of its time with more than 400,000 copies sold within its first year of publication.
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