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Reaching California, they find the state oversupplied with labor ; wages are low, and workers are exploited to the point of starvation. The big corporate farmers are in collusion and smaller farmers suffer from collapsing prices. Weedpatch Camp , one of the clean, utility-supplied camps operated by the Resettlement Administration , a New Deal agency, offers better conditions but does not have enough resources to care for all the needy families.

Nonetheless, as a Federal facility, the camp protects the migrants from harassment by California deputies. You can't scare him — he has known a fear beyond every other. The remaining Joads work as strikebreakers in a peach orchard, where Casy is involved in a strike that eventually turns violent. When Tom Joad witnesses Casy's fatal beating, he kills the attacker and flees as a fugitive.

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The Joads later leave the orchard for a cotton farm, where Tom is at risk of being arrested for the homicide. Tom bids his mother farewell and promises to work for the oppressed.

Rose of Sharon's baby is stillborn. Ma Joad remains steadfast and forces the family through the bereavement. With rain, the Joads' dwelling is flooded, and they move to higher ground. In the final chapter of the book, the family takes shelter from the flood in an old barn.

Inside they find a young boy and his father, who is dying of starvation. Rose of Sharon takes pity on the man and offers him her breast milk to save him from starvation.

Characters[ edit ] Tom Joad: protagonist of the story; the Joad family's second son, named after his father. Later, Tom takes leadership of the family, even though he is young.

Ma Joad: matriarch. Practical and warm-spirited, she tries to hold the family together. Her given name is never learned; it is suggested that her maiden name was Hazlett.

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Pa Joad: patriarch, also named Tom, age Hardworking sharecropper and family man. Pa becomes a broken man upon losing his livelihood and means of supporting his family, forcing Ma to assume leadership. Uncle John: Pa Joad's older brother Tom describes him as "a fella about 60", but in narrative he is described as He felt guilty about the death of his young wife years before, and has been prone to binges involving alcohol and prostitutes, but is generous with his goods.

Jim Casy: a former preacher who lost his faith. He is a Christ-like figure, based on Ed Ricketts. Al Joad: the third youngest son, a "smart-aleck sixteen-year-older" who cares mainly for cars and girls; he looks up to Tom, but begins to find his own way.

Rose of Sharon Joad Rivers: childish and dreamy teenage daughter 18 who develops into a mature woman.

Pregnant in the beginning of the novel, she delivers a stillborn baby, perhaps due to malnutrition. Connie Rivers: Rose of Sharon's husband.

Noah Joad: the oldest son, he is the first to leave the family, planning to live off fishing on the Colorado River. Injured at birth and described as "strange", he may have slight learning difficulties.

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Grampa Joad: Tom's grandfather, who expresses his strong desire to stay in Oklahoma. His full name is given as 'William James Joad'.

Grampa is drugged by his family with " soothin' syrup " to force him to leave, but he dies during the first evening on the road. Casy attributes his death to a stroke, but says that Grampa is "just' staying' with the lan'. He couldn' leave it. She dies while the family is crossing the Mojave Desert.

Ruthie Joad: the youngest daughter, age twelve. She is shown to be reckless and childish. Quarreling with another child, she reveals Tom in hiding.

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Showing Rating details. Sort order. Jul 01, Bogdan rated it really liked it Shelves: A masterpiece in all aspects, that it is for sure! I also liked the accessible style of Steinbeck and that the book is aimed for a good cause: You may say that this does not sound so amazing and that there are a lot of other books on the topic. But you need to read this one because the way it is written makes it's charm.

The only problem that hold me to give it a 5 star is that it has some moments when the author gives the im A masterpiece in all aspects, that it is for sure! The only problem that hold me to give it a 5 star is that it has some moments when the author gives the impression that communism might the a solution to failing capitalism.

Well, I lived in communism some time and I can tell Mr. Steinbeck that this was not the correct solution.

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Isso sim. Hardworking sharecropper and family man.

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O Namorador. Inside they find a young boy and his father, who is dying of starvation. Veronika decide morrer. Graves tells them that the banks have evicted all the farmers, but he refuses to leave the area.