It is crucial to highlight that the story is set in a grassland with a highway. Analyze Story Elements Write an essay in which you analyze the role that setting and character play in driving the plot events in a story from the readings. The old humorous eyes looked ahead, and the horny beak opened a little. In the course of its travels, the turtle unwittingly carries an oat beard, a symbol of new life, in its shell. Front clawed feet reached forward but did not touch. In what ways does the hostility of the local people change the migrants? Another way the migrants and turtle's story is comparable is the hardships they encountered during their journey. Are pets important to the people who care for them? How are the government camps different from the Hoovervilles? Tom agrees, and Casy decides to walk to the Joad farm with Tom.
Evil was exhibited by the doctor who refused to. There is no clear conclusion, the paper just ends. The author used different symbols in his work for the better depiction of existed situation. With thoughts like these, he feels he should no longer be a preacher. How do your family—parents, siblings, grandparents—feel about language? This idea is delivered by the character of Jim Casy, who is believed to be the carrier of Steinbeck's philosophical beliefs. Offers little support for reactions and evaluations.
Why do the owners destroy the surplus? Migrants had no other choice, they want to stay alive and be happy, that is why they began their way and forgot about their past. The drought was so severe that farmland literally blew away in massive dust storms. How is it that people are starving when fruit is overabundant? Some details are not in a logical or expected order, and this distracts the reader. The turtle shows its resilience to survive and to adapt itself to the obstacles and dangers it meets on its way. Analysis Whenever an entire chapter is devoted to the movement of a seemingly inconsequential creature, a reader should take note. Extremely comparable, the Joad family, along with Jim Casy, makes the long journey from Oklahoma to California all in one truck.
Roadkill Cafe Why did the turtle cross the road? What effect does the information have on the Joads? This tale of the turtle is the third chapter of that epic book. Almost As Tragic As Old Yeller We also want to mention the way in which the Joad's dog dies. What does it imply about businessmen, waitresses and truck drivers? The turtle accepts the challenges that come his way, but he never forgets where he is going. The Constant Struggle The short story of the turtle is filled with struggle from beginning to end. From the way that many people can intertwine the two stories I believe he did an excellent job by connecting them with the use of the long journey, the numerous hardships, and the end of the trip. Continuing down the road, he sees a man lying under the tree, singing to Jesus.
Comparing the turtle and the Joads we understand that they are similar to each other, because they are forced to leave their homes and native land. What would be important mementos of your past? What role do the pets in your household play? Addresses a story with clear setting and character-driven plot events, does not fully analyze how both setting and character s are crucial to plot of story, and provides few examples and quotes for support. If you have even lost a close family member, it can be devastating. The chapter under study is an extract from John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath. The final point seems odd to stress in the case of turtles, who naturally carry their homes on their backs, but it's relevant because the turtle is intended to be a metaphor for the Joad family, and for migrant families in general.
How does Tom feel about working? This meeting with Tom Joad, of course, is ironic, since usually the Joads are on the receiving end of this kind of treatment. It has been transformed from a domestic pet to a wild animal. What does that event portend about what lies ahead? In most cases, these families had to leave most of their belongings behind them; still, whatever they managed to keep had to be carried along with them, every time they moved, just like the turtle. Conclusion may not echo the focus of the response. After the final struggle of the night, Juana went back to their home to find.
The turtle also carries along oat seeds, which he picked up before crossing the street and manages to deposit in the dirt after crossing. A turtle climbing up a hill, over a wall, and onto a highway, only to get knocked off by an accelerating pickup truck, is one such event. California has many beautiful places. Its front foot caught a piece of quartz and little by little the shell pulled over and flopped upright. What do the boxcars provide besides shelter? Sure, the Joads didn't really have a lovey-dovey relationship with this dog, and didn't even have a name for him, but he is the family dog nonetheless. What keeps the men from uniting? The turtle entered a dust road and jerked itself along, drawing a wavy shallow trench in the dust with its shell.
What does the setting of the opening scene suggest about the rest of the novel? How does each member of the family feel about going to California? How is Casy different from what he once was? Times are hard, and people are so desperate and angry that they will not hesitate to run over a dog, or to ruin a family's life. In this intercalary chapter, John Steinbeck calls upon one of Nature's most well adapted creatures to represent not only Tom Joad and the entire Joad family, but in a much larger sense, to symbolize the entire family of mankind as he struggles to eke out and existence in a world filled with obstacles. The turtle and the migrants both went through the same struggle of a long journey, along with many hardships, and found an end worse than the beginning. In 1932, one quarter of all Americans were out of work. Chapters 2, 4, 6, 8, and 10 tell the narrative about Tom Joad and his family the way novels usually do. The head upraised and peered over the wall to the broad smooth plain of cement. The work was created by the fresh tracks of events, and under their immediate impression.
How does Granma take it? Ma Joad and Tom Joad discuss Tom's future. Comparing the symbol of the turtle with migrants we could say that the turtle like them is tenacious, tough and unstoppable. The banks on the East coast were a faceless entity that became personified as a monster. But higher and higher the hind legs boosted it, until at last the center of balance was reached, the front tipped down, the front legs scratched at the pavement, and it was up. The turtle had jerked into its shell, but now it hurried on, for the highway was burn- ing hot. Why do the local people fear the migrants? Writer makes more than 4 errors in grammar or spelling that distracts the reader from the content.
Although he has abandoned a religion of general ideals, it isn't until much later in the novel that he physically supports his beliefs through action. Prescribed with human characteristics such as tenacity and persistence in a struggle, the turtle becomes another traveler crawling at a slow pace and sharing characteristics with the Joads and the migrants in general. What about when you buy something at the movie theater or at the airport? The barley beards slid off his shell, and the clover burrs fell on him and rolled to the ground. Both of them are lonely and apparently walking in the same direction since they meet in chapter four. It is notable that the movement of the turtle is not unique because the turtle was slow. How do the police treat the migrants? What do your family members mean to you? In the camping area, what information does the ragged man give to Pa about California? Many farmers see migrant families as a threat when they start to organize themselves and seek fair wages, and those farmers try to hold the migrants back.