1 of 5
Which phrase best describes Tom Joad’s life philosophy at the start of the book?

2 of 5
At the end of the book, which character’s spirit is broken by the hardships the Joad family has faced?

3 of 5
As a philosopher, martyr, and unifier of men, the character of Jim Casy is like which historical figure?

4 of 5
As her pregnancy progresses, Rose of Sharon goes from being a “hoyden” —— a high-spirited woman —— to being ___.

5 of 5
As Pa Joad loses his ability to provide for his family, who emerges as their center of strength?