Chapter 15-16

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  • "Well, if it Ain't Big Bill the Rat! When'd you get back on this run?"(Steinbeck, 157)
  • "H'ya Mae" (Steinbeck,157)
  • "Could you see your way to sell us a loaf of bread, ma'am"(Steinbeck, 159)
  • "This ain't a grocery store. We got bread to make san'widges" (Steinbeck, 159) 
  • "God Almighty, Mae give 'em bread" (Steinbeck, 159) 
  • "How Bad?"(Steinbeck, 166)
  • "Along 66 the hamburger stands- Al & Susy's Place - Carl's Lunch- Joe & Minnie- Will's Eats" (Steinbeck, 153)
  • "Oh Jesus, tomarra's Sunday! We can't get nothin' tomarra"(Steinbeck, 167)
  • "And Mae, when she is alone with Al, has a name for them. She calls them shitheels"(Steinbeck, 156)
  • "Whyn't you roll on? No guards to keep ya here"(Steinbeck,179)
  • "Yeah thats easy to say. Ain't so easy to get a job- not for a one-eye' man"(Steinbeck, 179)
  • "'look there.' She pointed at the coins beside the the cups-two half-dollars... 'truck drivers,' Mae said reverently, 'an' after the shitheels'"(161, Steinbeck)
  • "I can't tell ya about them little fellas layin' in the tent with their bellies puffed out an' jus' skin on their bones, an' shiverin' an' whinin' like pups, an' me runnin' aroun' tryin' to get work – not for money, not for wages!" (Steinbeck, 190)
  • "The engine clattered loudly now, Al pulled into the shade and shut down the motor"(Steinbeck, 166)
  • "Thin, dirty, oily skin tight against stringy muscles. One eye was gone, and the raw, uncovered socket squirmed with eye muscles when his good eye moved"(Steinbeck, 177)
  • "The ragged man stared while Pa spoke, and his laughter turned to a high whinnying giggle. The circle of faced turned to him"(Steinbeck, 188)
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