Which important cities are mentioned along the Joads' journey to California in The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck?
The Joad family is forced to leave their tenant farm in Sallisaw, Oklahoma, at the beginning of The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck. Things are hard during the Great Depression, especially for those living in the Dust Bowl; the Joads and thousands of others are forced to leave their land and have great hope that they will be able to enjoy a life of prosperity once they reach California.
The Joads' journey follows a new road, Route 66,
the main migrant road . . . the long concrete path across the country . . ....
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