People Living on the Fringe, never Really Able to Join the Mainstream of Society
While most of humanity is constrained to moral norms, there are those who drift away from these ideals and become outsiders. A streetcar named Desire written by Tennessee Williams and Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck are quite similar but so very different to each other. Not only the way they were both written, but also the picture the reader receives in their mind after reading them. The two texts are both in some relation connected with outsiders in society. They are similar in the message that is given and equally show the effects of not fitting into society.
- People Living on the Fringe, never Really Able to Join the Mainstream of Society
- The Grapes Of Wrath, The people and the Depression
- The Way It Really Was
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