What do the last two lines of Chapter 19 in The Grapes of Wrath suggest?
The last two lines of Chapter 19 are,
"And the associations of owners knew that some day the praying would stop...And there's the end."
The lines suggest that when the poor and dispossessed farmers, who are desperate and praying for better conditions so that they can feed themselves and their children, stop praying for the things they need, it will be because they have reached the limits of their endurance, and instead of just praying, they will now act. Driven to action, they will be forceful, and by the strength of their numbers, strong, signalling the end of the dynastic social...
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