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  • '''''The Grapes of Wrath,''''' a novel written by [[John Steinbeck]] and published in 1939, examines In 1940 it was made into a [[The Grapes of Wrath (film)|film]], produced by Darryl F. Zanuck and directed by John Ford, whi
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/The Grapes of Wrath]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • #REDIRECT [[The Grapes of Wrath]]
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  • ...]]'' (1937) and his [[Pulitzer Prize]]-winning [[novel]] ''[[The Grapes of Wrath]]'' (1939), both of which examine the lives of the [[working class]] and th ...s "George." Steinbeck followed this wave of success with ''[[The Grapes of Wrath]]'' (1939), based on newspaper articles he had written in San Francisco, an
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  • *''[[The Harvest Gypsies: On the Road to the Grapes of Wrath]]'' [newspaper articles, 1936] *''[[The Grapes of Wrath]]'' 1939 The title is a reference to the [[American Civil War]] song "[[Th
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  • ...in John Steibeck's "Grapes of Wrath"<ref> John Steinbeck: ''The Grapes of Wrath'', Viking Press, 1939</ref>). The numerical records of unemployment for th
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  • '''''The Grapes of Wrath,''''' a novel written by [[John Steinbeck]] and published in 1939, examines In 1940 it was made into a [[The Grapes of Wrath (film)|film]], produced by Darryl F. Zanuck and directed by John Ford, whi
    952 B (144 words) - 12:08, 12 February 2009
  • [[Special:Allpages/The Grapes of Wrath|The Grapes of Wrath]] - [[Special:Allpages/The Swingle Singers|The Swingle Singers]]
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  • ...[United States|American]] writers of the 20th century; wrote ''[[Grapes of Wrath]]''.
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  • ...others - were highly influential, along with books like ''[[The Grapes of Wrath]]'' ([[John Steinbeck]]) in pushing the [[New Deal]] ahead. Some of the FSA
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  • ...rized in American culture by [[John Steinbeck]]'s novel, ''[[The Grapes of Wrath]]''. The economy did not recover until [[World War II]], when Governor [[
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  • ..., 2006]</ref> and of the rural tragedy recounted in Steinbeck's "Grapes of Wrath". Although not part of the Great Depression, it contributed to its severity
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  • ...des toward the Indians ranged from genuine (if paternalistic) affection to wrathful disgust. They were ill-equipped&mdash;nor did most truly desire&mdash;to ...ain, for trading. The specific variety, called the ''Criolla'' or "Mission grape," was first planted at Mission San Juan Capistrano in 1779; in 1783, the fi
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  • ...dings collapsed, its wooden buildings slid off their foundations, and then grape arbors in the countryside were seen rising and falling on waves of earth. B ...ovement rapidly gained momentum when it interpreted the earthquake as the "wrath of God" punishing the "wicked city" of San Francisco. Politicians used the
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  • ...ld]] from [[Asia]] following earlier expeditions to the continent; orange, grape, apple, peach, pear, and fig seeds were among the most prolific of the impo ...siness, and not even stage coach lines could escape the group's notice, or wrath.
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  • * Burkhardt, George S. ''Confederate Rage, Yankee Wrath: No Quarter in the Civil War.'' (2007). 338 pp. focus on Confederate massa * Phillips, Jason. "The Grape Vine Telegraph: Rumors and Confederate Persistence." ''Journal of Southern
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