To what extent did John Steinbeck succed indenouncing capitalism?this thesis is about identifying the causes of Steinbeck’s wrath against harsh…

To what extent did John Steinbeck succed indenouncing capitalism?this thesis is about identifying the causes of Steinbeck’s wrath against harsh…

To what extent did John Steinbeck succed indenouncing capitalism?this thesis is about identifying the causes of Steinbeck’s wrath against harsh…

To what extent did John Steinbeck succed indenouncing capitalism?this thesis is about identifying the causes of Steinbeck’s wrath against harsh…

I think that Steinbeck did a very admirable job in raising questions about capitalism and its presence in American Society.  He understood that removing it and overthrowing it would be naive.  Rather, he sought to give voice to those who suffer under it.  In works like “Of Mice and Men” and “The Grapes of Wrath,” one does not leave with the feeling that capitalism needs to be abolished, but rather it has to account for all individuals in its path.  There has to be some level of understanding and economic and political redress for those who are trapped underneath it, pinned under its weight.  He seeks to bring a voice to those who are silenced in the capitalist system.  In the process, he is able to bring forth a strong criticism of capitalism in the hopes of making it more accountable for all individuals.
To what extent did John Steinbeck succed indenouncing capitalism?this thesis is about identifying the causes of Steinbeck’s wrath against harsh…