My latest book review over at t’other blog. 🙂
Book # 593
Reviewer: Ms Oh Waily
I have had the pleasure of reading and reviewing all of John Steinbeck’s entries on the 1001 list. I started with Of Mice and Men back in 2012 and followed up with Cannery Row last year. I had put off The Grapes of Wrath because in my head I had an image of a long, dour story of hardship that I would not enjoy, despite loving Steinbeck’s writing style.
I was both right and wrong. It is a long story; it is a story of hardship and yes, I still love the way Steinbeck writes.
The novel was published in 1939 and is set during the Great Depression. It follows both the story of the Joad family, sharecroppers from Oklahoma who are forced off their 40 acres and join the mass migration to California looking for work and a new life, and the mass of migrant labour…
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