|Book Title:||The Grapes of Wrath|
|Date:||April 14, 1939|
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The prize-winning novel, Grapes of Wrath was first published in 1939 by John Steinbeck and tells the story of the Oklahoma farm family, the Joads. They are forced to migrate West to California. There they experience many trials, in this divided American society – consisting of the poor and rich. The story contrasts many mixed emotions on the subject – it is both tragic yet heartwarming, elemental yet plainspoken.
A drama evolves between the fortunate and the powerless, of a man’s reaction to what was considered justice and a woman’s strength. The novel tackles the truths of the Great Depression and questions the nature of inequality in America. The Grapes of Wrath is considered to be one of Steinbeck’s most powerful, landmarking novels and to be the most American of American Classics.
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