The Grapes of Wrath

How does Steinbeck view man in the interchapter of Fourteen?

Chapter Fourteen.

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Steinbeck's interchpaters give him the opportunity to voice his own opinion within the story. His emphasis in this chapter is man and nature, or man's relationship to the land, the farmer's connection to his crop, or shalls we say the blood, sweat and tears that accompany agricultural cultivation. He also speaks of the migrants' relationship with each other, all while speaking against the capitalism that interferes and attempts to destroy these relationshsips.


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