Cosier Solomon: John Steinbeck and the King James Version VIII: GRAPES AND RHETORICAL APPROACHES/STRUCTURE D.
Goering: Open Their Ears, Open Their Books, Open Their World XI: INFLUENCES OF GRAPES ON OTHERS E.
155 Quote 34: "Up ahead they's a thousan' lives we might live, but when it comes it'll on'y be one." Chapter 13, pg. They know a hungry fella gonna get food even if he got to take it. 359 Quote 54: "Men who had never waver wanted anything very much saw the flare of want in the eyes of the migrants." Chapter 21, pg. Ever' time they come seemed like they was a-whippin' me - all of us... I see that innocent child in that there girl's belly a-burnin'." Chapter 22, pg.
They know that fallow lan' s a sin an' somebody' gonna take it." Chapter 18, pg. What you think I wore my ass down to a nub lookin' for? 312 Quote 51: "Well, s'pose them people got together an' says , 'Let 'em rot.' Wouldn' be long 'fore the price went up, by God! 315 Quote 52: " If it was the law they was workin' with, why we could take it. They're a-workin' away at out spirits...they're workin' away at our decency." Chapter 20, pg. 362 Quote 55: "And now the great owners and the companies invented a new method. And when the peaches and the pears were ripe he cut the price of fruit below the price of raising it. 409 Quote 61: "The migrant people, scuttling for work, scrabbling to live, looked always for pleasure, dug for pleasure, manufactured pleasure, and they were hungry for amusement." Chapter 23, pg. 439 Quote 65: " I been thinkin' maybe we ought to git up a turkey shootin' club an' have meetin's ever' Sunday." Chapter 24, pg.
Allen: Re-Viewing John Ford’s The Grapes of Wrath M.
Gibbs: Naturalism and Steinbeck’s ‘Curious Compromise’ in The Grapes of Wrath X: GRAPES AND OTHER ARTS N. 110 Quote 23: "...someday - the armies of bitterness will all be going the same way. 150 Quote 32: "Fella in business got to lie an' cheat, but he calls it somepin else... 193 Quote 40: "the quality of owning freezes you forever into 'I,' and cuts you off forever from the 'we.'" Chapter 14, pg. They were not farm men any more, but migrant men." Chapter 17, pg. 393 Quote 59: "clutch-an'-hug dancin'" Chapter 22, pg.And they'll all walk together, and there'll be a dead terror from it." Chapter 9, pg. You go steal that tire an' you're a thief, but he tried to steal your four dollars for a busted tire. 154 Quote 33: "refire the faith forever." Chapter 12, pg. 193 Quote 41: "All we got is the family unbroke." Chapter 16, pg. 250 Quote 45: "They hate you 'cause they're scairt. 394 Quote 60: "I can see your black soul a-burnin'.5 Quote 3: "His upper lip was long, and since his teeth protruded, the lip stretched to cover them, for this man kept his lips closed." Chapter 2, pg.7 Quote 4: " They fix'em so you can't win nothing," Chapter 2, pg. But sometimes a guy'll be a good guy even if some rich bastard makes him carry a sticker." Chapter 2, pg. But look, when you been in stir a little while, you can smell a question comin' from hell to breakfast.262 Quote 46: "If he needs a million acres to make him feel rich, seems to me he needs it 'cause he feels awful poor inside hisself, and if he's poor in hisself, there ain't no million acres gonna make him feel rich, an' maybe he's disappointed that nothin' he can do 'll make him feel rich." Chapter 18, pg. 357 Quote 53: " Why, Tom - us people will go on livin' when all them people is gone. And as cannery owner he paid himself a low price for the fruit and kept the price of canned goods up and took his profit." Chapter 21, pg. 415 Quote 62: "brotherhood of worlds," Chapter 23, pg, 418 Quote 63: "Wisht I knowed what all the sins was, so I could do 'em. 440 Quote 66: "All of California quickens with produce, and the fruit grows heavy." Chapter 25, pg. And men are proud, for of their knowledge they can make the year heavy.264 Quote 47: "They's a time of change, an' when that comes, dyin' is a piece of all dyin', and bearin' is a piece of all bearin', an' bearin' an' dyin' is two pieces of the same thing. An' then a hurt don't hurt so bad." Chapter 18, pg. Land howed and carrots eaten - a man might fight for land he's taken food from." Chapter 19, pg. 363 Quote 56: "On the highways the people moved like ants and searched for work, for food. 363 Quote 57: "The Association don't like government camps. The people make their own laws, I hear, and you can't arrest a man without a warrant. The migrants looked humbly for pleasure on the roads." Chapter 23, pg. They have transformed the world with their knowledge." Chapter 25, pg. Ol' folks dies off, an' little fellas come, an' we was one thing - we was the fambly - kinda whole and clear. 500 Quote 73: "Well, this fella don' want no hangin', 'cause he'd do it again. 569 Quote 82: "She looked up and across the barn, and her lips came together and smiled mysteriously." Chapter 30, pg. Galligani Casey: Dis/Locating the Radical in the Grapes of Wrath R. Veggian: Displacements and Encampments V: GRAPES AND ECOLOGICAL/EVOLUTIONARY CONCERNS J. Meyer, in celebration of the novel's seventieth anniversary. Gilmore: Biblical Wilderness in The Grapes of Wrath J. Following the pattern of previous books in the Dialogue series, this study presents analyses by senior Steinbeck scholars and also introduces several new voices. Clark Pratt: Religion in The Grapes of Wrath III: GRAPES AND POLITICAL MOVEMENTS J.