The Grapes of Wrath Essay | Student Essay

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Follow Christ by Loving One Another

Summary: In John Steinbeck's Grapes of Wrath, Casy is a Christ-like example for the people surviving the Depression because of his love towards others, his way of helping others choose the right, and his sacrifices of his freedom and life. As a Christ symbol, Casy shows love and compassion towards others by being an example of the right path to follow.
In the Bible, Christ teaches, "Love one another; as I have loved you" (1352) to his disciples. Jim Casy tries to live his life by this commandment; he lives and shares Christ's teachings. Jim Casy's life is incredibly similar to Christ's; he preaches, performs his version of miracles, suffers through trials, and sacrifices himself for his fellow man. In John Steinbeck's Grapes of Wrath, Casy is a Christ-like example for the people surviving the Depression because of his love towards others, his way of helping others choose the right, and his sacrifices of his freedom and life.

As a Christ symbol, Casy shows love and compassion towards others by being an example of the right path to follow. Casy predicts a family needs help when he says, "I gotta see them folks that's gone out on the road. I got a feelin' I got to...

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