The Glass Castle

How is poverty addressed in Jeanette Walls' The Glass Castle?

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Poverty pervades this novel. The walls family seldom has much to eat. They move from place to place and are haunted by poverty. Jeannette and her siblings must navigate through their world without the basic necessities of life. Poverty shapes the children for better and worse.