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The Grapes of Wrath (Audiobook) By John Steinbeck, Emily Knight Bergl
Publisher: Playaway 2008 | 1 hours and 58 mins | ISBN: 1605148865 | MP3 | 249 mb
John Steinbeck lived and worked with a group of migrant workers in California, from whom he drew the material for his fantastic Dust Bowl saga of a wandering Okie family, the Joads. This Pulitzer Prize-winning novel awakened the American reading public to the plight of migrant workers and made Steinbeck well-known worldwide of probably the most well-liked novels of the Fantastic Depression, it has come to be regarded as a classic work of social realism and was made into an acclaimed movie.
Winner of the 1990 Tony Award and Outer Critics Circle Award. A powerful and deeply affecting stage version of of the masterpieces of American literature. Holding to the simplicity and directness of the original novel, the play uses the sparest of technical means to convey its timeless message of the persistence and strength of the human spirit as it battles against the adversities of nature and an uncaring society.
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