What understanding of the human condition emerges from chapter 15 of John Steinbecks The Grapes of Wrath?

Write a 1,000-1,250-word essay in which
you assert and defend a narrow argument about one or two pieces of literature
from Weeks Three and Four. In literary studies, we demonstrate critical
thinking by asking the kinds of questions you see below about literature and
asserting and defending an argument in response. Choose a question from the
list below or contact your instructor if you would like to address an original
question about a piece of literature.


Your essay should thoroughly
explore the issue or question your essay addresses. Your thesis—your original
answer to one of the questions—should be narrowly focused, and it should
acknowledge and refute counter-positions to persuade your audience. Your
audience for this essay is your peers—that is, other people who have recently
read and thought carefully about the text and who likely interpret the text
differently than you do.

Use a standard academic essay
structure: Introduction (including a thesis statement, your argument), Body,
and Conclusion. Body paragraphs should have topic sentences that advance your
argument and focus the paragraph. Your conclusion should explain the larger
significance—the implications or consequences—of your argument.

It is especially important that you
illustrate all your points with textual evidence and thoroughly explain how
your evidence supports your interpretations. Evidence might include an
important word, phrase, sentence, or detail (e.g., punctuation, metaphor,
image) from the text.

Use textual evidence but Avoid
over-quoting. Your own analysis—rather than quotes—should dominate in the

answering the question, please don’t limit your evidence just to the plot
(i.e., what happens in the story or poem). Consider what other sorts of textual
elements might help you answer the question: for example, characterization,
imagery, point of view, connotation, figurative language, use of sound or
rhythm, and tone.

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