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  1. 5 out of 5

    Lonnie West

    John Steinbeck is both a master storyteller, though far from reverent. And yet, I'm glad to have read Grapes of Wrath . . . in my sixties. Had I read it in highschool, when many students were "required" to do so, I'd have counted it a drag. By now, I've a hit a few bumps of my own and in the Great Recession, I've witnessed, via the far-reaching arm of the media, bumps far worse than my own. The heartless foreclosure epidemic in Grapes of Wrath can't help but remind readers of such an epidemic in o John Steinbeck is both a master storyteller, though far from reverent. And yet, I'm glad to have read Grapes of Wrath . . . in my sixties. Had I read it in highschool, when many students were "required" to do so, I'd have counted it a drag. By now, I've a hit a few bumps of my own and in the Great Recession, I've witnessed, via the far-reaching arm of the media, bumps far worse than my own. The heartless foreclosure epidemic in Grapes of Wrath can't help but remind readers of such an epidemic in our last decade. Steinbeck paints bold portraits of survival--through hopeless job hunting, through being taken advantage of just because you're hungry, through pitting friends against one another; for if one agrees to work for a lower wage, his friend making a nickel more gets laid off. At times, I was stuck between compassion and fear: Could this happen again? In my lifetime or the lives of my children or grandchildren. I marveled at the power and protection of unity. Grapes of Wrath, far from my ususal genre "was" a good read--albeit with a wierd ending. Nah. Not wierd. More like shocking.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Alana_mockett

    I really enjoyed this novel, i recommend it!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Marcy

    How did I get though college wo reading some of these??? Loved loved loved all!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Joan

    i need to double check...I may have more Steinbeck to read.

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    Debra

    gread writer

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