Out of the Dust Essay | Out of the Dust, a Review and Analysis

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Out of the Dust, a Review and Analysis

Summary: Reviews the novel Out of the Dust. Provides a plot summary and review of major characters. Examines the symbolism of the dust bowl and describes the importance of the setting in the book.
The story "Out of the Dust", takes place in Oklahoma from the winter of 1934 to the winter of 1935 during the Dust Bowl. The Dust bowl was an ecological and human disaster that took place in the U.S. in the 1930's. It was caused due the misuse of land.Since the land continued to dry up and there was nothing to grow, people left the area as great clouds of dust would form up and destroy the the houses and cattle.

The story is about Billie Jo, her mother and her father who are struggling to survive the hard financial times on the farm. Billie Jo's father is very connected to the soil so he can't think of leaving the place whereas her mom comes from a

more refined background. Billie Jo loves to play the piano a trait that she got...

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