"The Grapes of Wrath" and "The Crucible": Deconstructing the American Dream
Today, America is considered to be the most powerful and influential nation on Earth in terms of its cultural and political dominance. Its self-promotion as a 'Land of Opportunity' continues to attract migrants from all over the world wishing to pursue what's known as the American Dream. This ideological way of living, concerned with monetary wealth, family values, equality and individual liberty, is fostered by American society and publicized through the media and other forms of literature. …
- "The Grapes of Wrath" and "The Crucible": Deconstructing the American Dream
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