Attack on Titan, Vol. 1 (Attack on Titan, #1) by Hajime IsayamaIn this post-apocalyptic sci-fi story, humanity has been devastated by the bizarre, giant humanoids known as the Titans. Little is known about where they came from or why they are bent on consuming mankind. Seemingly unintelligent, they have roamed the world for years, killing everyone they see. For the past century, whats left of man has hidden in a giant, three-walled city. People believe their 100-meter-high walls will protect them from the Titans, but the sudden appearance of an immense Titan is about to change everything.
1. To You, 2000 Years From Now
2. That Day
3. Night Of The Disbanding Ceremony
4. First Battle
The Grapes Of Wrath Quotes
Quote 1: "The women studied the men's faces secretly, for the corn could go as long as something else remained. Quote 3: "His upper lip was long, and since his teeth protruded, the lip stretched to cover them, for this man kept his lips closed. Quote 5: "Sure - I seen it. But sometimes a guy'll be a good guy even if some rich bastard makes him carry a sticker. Quote 6: "You been a good guy. But look, when you been in stir a little while, you can smell a question comin' from hell to breakfast. You telegraphed you're the first time you opened your trap.
Steinbeck's Epic Social Commentary on The Great Depression
'Grapes of Wrath' in 3 minutes: characters, themes and symbols (2/2) *REVISION GUIDE*
Once over the line maybe you can pick cotton in the fall. Maybe you can go on relief. Why don't you go on west to California? There's work there, and it never gets cold. Why, you can reach out anywhere and pick an orange.
Published in , the plot centers around the Joads, a family of sharecroppers , who journey to California seeking a new life as they attempt to escape the devasting effects of the Oklahoma Dust Bowl and The Great Depression. Share Flipboard Email. Esther Lombardi is a veteran journalist who has written about literature, education, and technology. Updated August 10, There ain't no sin and there ain't no virtue.
I built it. You bump it down -- I'll be in the window with a rifle. You even come too close and I'll pot you like a rabbit. There's nothing I can do. I'll lose my job if I don't do it. And look -- suppose you kill me? They'll just hang you, but long before you're hung there'll be another guy on the tractor, and he'll bump the house down.