Form, structure and conspiracy: The grape of the structure of the history of anger is divided into two parts; A part of a wandering family is called Joads, and the rest focuses on a broader vision of what is happening during this time. The influence of the structure allows readers to better understand the difficulties that the main characters have exceeded. The chapter of this book comes from the Joad family. This appointment is in chapter 4: "Oh, I heard. My card two years ago, a" tired "Christmas sent a card. Jesus, the children of the cell block laughed! I have A tree like "something like snow. "(Steinbeck 33) This appointment talks directly about Joad and experienced general ... showing more content ... Tom Joad in Chapter 28 related to Jim Casy's philosophy said:" ... ... ... , a "do that", without his soul is his. He said, "He has a small piece of the big soul. A desert does not speak well, because his small soul is no less than the others, a person" completely. "(Steinbeck CH 28) According to this statement and recent experiences about Tom, Tom's change began with someone who faced a person who wanted to take care of his family and prepare for the future. This happened. Out of about 3/4 stories about the story about Tom is still mainly centered and an action for people of this time. The surrounding environment and in the characters. After Jim Casy died on the trip I will eat, I will eat, I will eat, I come to a coma, I will eat there. Eat everything, raise and live in construction houses, why, I will be there. This vow shows Tom's new attitude and gratitude to others. Tom is a dynamic character that changes in this process ... More content ... Try to fix the tourist car: "... Tom heard." Do you put your spark and "not working", he said ... "Baverkondons", t? "" This looks like, "Tom says" a lot of oil in him ", complaining." . With the details, another strategy that Steinbeck takes readers to the action is repetition. The repetition is used in some games in the paragraphs to release an emotion or a scene on one side. Such an example of the story is: Listen to the engine. Listen to bicycles. Listen to the steering wheel with ears and hands. Listen to the gearbox with your palm. Listen to your feet on the board. Listening to the old Jalopia, has achieved all its senses to change a sound change, a variant of rhythm: A week here? »(Steinbeck CH 12). Prayers such as "listening ..." are repeated in this prayer and are used to create an almost "despair" mood. The repetition and detailed attention are the two strategies that Steinbeck used in this novel in