How Does Steinbeck Describe A Woman's Relationship With Men

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Regarding, the passage above John Steinbeck magnificently develops the setting of the novel by using an elevated language to describe the setting, and the conditions in which the characters are in with outstanding detail, in order for the reader to visualize it perfectly. Evenmore, both the author 's choice, and usage of diction adds emotion, and excellent imagery. As illustrated, in the excerpt by the diction used in order to describe the reaction of the men toward the egregious conditions in which their crops are, therefore leaving them speechless, and motionless. Not to mention, the actions of the children, which imply that they understand that the men are going through difficult times, and that they should not talk about the state of the …show more content…
Evenmore, the woman 's reaction relates to how some humans think of other forms of lives, such as the lives of animals. Being, that a small amount value every single form of life, and will undertake everything they can in order to avoid hurting or killing it. However, there are some who are thirsty for violence, have no interest in the lives of animals, and react similarly to the man in the truck. Including,confronting the animal, or thing instead of trying to avoid it. Before, the turtle encountered both the woman and the man on the road it was initially,on a piece of grass along the roadside. At first, the author was describing the scenery of the situation, as well as the location of the turtle in the grass with astonishing detail. The author described the setting as a very bright day with little life around, with the exception of insects crawling around, as well as flowers being carried by the wind. Before, the incident with the drivers the turtle faced many delays,obstacles, and struggled immensely overall, due to its small size. In this excerpt, Casy a former preacher states that his motive for retiring is due to, his belief in human sanctity, and the unification of everyone. Even more, he declares his reason for his behavior is due to his unreligious, impious belief, and current

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