What are some significant lines in Chapters 27 through 30 in the novel The Grapes Of Wrath by John Steinbeck?
With all of the loss and the disintegration of the Joad family (immediate and extended), it is difficult to imagine that these people would be able to find anything relatively close to hope on their horizon. This would especially pertain to Rose of Sharon who has just lost her baby. However, it is her willingness to reach outside of her own heartache to another in need that not only saves a life, but gives the novel's ending a sense of hopeful anticipation.
Suddenly the boy cried, 'He’s dyin’, I tell you! He’s starvin’ to death, I tell you.'
'Hush,' said Ma
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