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The Grapes of Wrath

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John Steinbeck's powerful evocation of the suffering and hardship caused by the Great Depression, and a panoramic vision of the struggle for the ... Show synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 4.701
RandyEhrler

We Are All Tom Joad

by RandyEhrler on May 25, 2012

I am not an economist so I am not even going to try to understand the economic mess were are in as a nation ? but I cannot help but think about The Grapes of Wrath and the odyssey of the Joad family when I think about our current financial times. Massive debt. Budget shortages. Home foreclosures. ... More

Ham777

Greatest American novel

by Ham777 on Nov 11, 2010

This book startled me in a way that was totally unexpected. I will remember the ending until I am old and senile and I'm convinced I will ever shiver at the recollection. More

Pamela B

One of the best books ever written

by Pamela B on Aug 14, 2010

This book will break your heart one moment and make you laugh out loud the next. Steinbecks characters are so real that they feel like people you know. A must read for everyone, especially those interested in American history. More

heartkitty

Excellent!

by heartkitty on Aug 14, 2009

I have always been a Steinbeck fan and I chose to give this book to my adult daughter to let her see how bad things were compared to today's economy. She so loved the book that she wants to read more of this writer's work. More

keeni7

Ask questions

by keeni7 on Jul 23, 2009

The Grapes of Wrath is a book everyone should read but this was a college study guide. Just afew pages long and I was expecting the full book. This was not in the book discription. More

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Jackson

The smaller fruits keep their flesh

Of course this book, this romantic collection of thinly carved trees with shapes such as letters, came to define the plains, those struggling farmers who arrived in wet years and left in deep soil filled clouds. I've never read the book, but have had parts of the book read to me, in total, over many ... More

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