The 1930s Concerns as Presented in The Grapes of Wrath
The Grapes of Wrath discusses
the struggle that plagued farmers in the Midwest through the great
depression of the 1930’s. Through the entire story we find out about
the lives of a fictional family members called the Joads, also referred to as
“okies”, poor migrant farmers. Steinbeck accurately
portrays the lives of the migrants and sets the thoughts and feelings
into perspective of not simply the Joads but also the Okies generally.
The writing design in the e book portrays pets or animals and innanimate objects
as symbols of character types in the tale. Steinbeck leaves the reader
taking into consideration the deeper meaning behind many of the most symbollic
things in the publication including the dust, the animals, sunlight, road, monster.
The symbolism in the storyline Grapes of Wrath can convey the real
signifying behind George Steinbecks tale.
the start of the history we read a whole lot about the importance of
the dust particles storm. The dust signifies the oncoming demise of their
present lifestyle. This unstoppable force changes the lives of the
farmers because they know it and unfortunately enough it can't be avoided. Over
time the dust commenced to block the view