The Grapes of Wrath

How sincere is Steinbeck in calling the bank monsters? How do you know?

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The bank and capitalist thought at the time showed no interest in the sharecroppers and their families. Casting families onto the roads and highways after mowing down their shacks was pretty low. This is all fact. Steinbeck was trying to remind people through his story.