John Steinbeck’s The Grapes of Wrath:. The Top Ten Motifs. Nature as Antagonist. "The women studied the men's faces secretly, for the corn could go, as long as something else remained." page 6. Strength of the Family.
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the philosophical ideas of Emerson and some other 19th-cent. New Englanders, based on a search for reality through spiritual intuition
“Why do we got to hang it on God or Jesus? Maybe, maybe it’s all men an’ all women we love; maybe that’s the Holy Sperit—the human sperit—the whole shebang. Maybe all men got one big soul ever’body’s a part of.” Jim Casey, page 33
“Why, you're Joe Davis' boy!… What you doing this kind of work for—against your own people-Three dollars a day…I got a wife and kids. We got to eat. Three dollars a day and it comes every day.-That is right … But for your three dollars a day fifteen or twenty families can't eat at all…-Can' t think of that. Got to think of my own kids.” page 50