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  • A monument of 20th century literature

    5
    By foivos87
    Steinbeck’s famous work is very probably the best literature I’ve ever read. Very high quality of writing, a unique ability to recreate the pictures and the emotions, giving reason to the thoughts and make the actions understandable. A book that contains universal truths about human societies that should be revisited in contemporary America. I feel grateful and blissful for having the experience to read this book.
  • Absolutely Not

    1
    By DrummerOfTheBlackParade
    I couldn't dumb myself down enough to read and follow whatever backwoods, swamptown language in which this was written.
  • Fire

    5
    By Durhamrunner
    This book =fire
  • Did not like this book

    2
    By Sean rates and reviews!12
    Very boring and bad plot whatever the plot actually was😂
  • A Sprawling American Epic

    5
    By Dwardeng
    A family from Oklahoma travels west for a better life in California during the depression only to face great hardships and injustice. California's land barons are portrayed as they really were at the time. White slavery was very much alive. Steinbeck's greatest work.
  • Boring and horrible

    1
    By rose💁
    Horrible book for high schoolers. It's too in depth and depressing. Hard to catch interest to and takes forever to read. Do not recommend reading for fun.
  • An utter masterpiece

    5
    By OG Snowflake
    The most beautifully written book I have ever read. Moving beyond tears. When I came to the end, I was seized by goose-bumps so intense my nipples hurt. Don't wait another SECOND of your life; read it.
  • Great Book

    5
    By BrookeShambles
    I first read this book when my 11th grade English teacher gave it as a reading assignment. I was dreading it, and as soon as I started it, I couldn't put it down. I'm 41 now and am looking forward to reading it again. One of my all time favorites.
  • Why

    5
    By aaronbz01
    Are 12 year olds reading this book? This isn't a kiddie book. Stupid teachers. Of coarse it's going to be boring to kids. This book wasn't written for kids. This is a true adult classic. If your a kid don't read it. If your an adult maybe young adult you will find this a great read.
  • An American Work of Greatness

    5
    By 1295mID
    John Steinbeck's "The Grapes of Wrath" demonstrates the multiple effects of true hardship and narrow hope. Unquestionably a revelation in American literature at the time (and even today), Steinbeck's writing engulfs you into the novel to discover the capabilities of man and woman during one of the toughest periods in U.S. history.

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