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John Steinbeck
   wrote   
The Grapes of Wrath
Pulitizer Prize winner, 1940. Also viewed as an impassioned defense for (or a dire prophecy regarding) the inevitable rise of the American Communist Party.
It is Easy to Despise What You Cannot Get
   is the moral of   
The Fox and the Grapes
1940
   saw the release of   
The Grapes of Wrath
Starred Henry Fonda as Tom Joad and tells the story of the family's pilgrimage during the Great Depression.
Grapes
   in Italian is   
Uva
Beerenauslese
   is described as   
Wine Made from Individually Picked Grapes Rather Than Bunches
Botrytis Cinerea
   is described as   
A Beneficial Mold That Grows on Late-harvest Grapes That Helps to Produce a Rich, Sweet Wine
Must
   is described as   
The Juice Drawn from the Grapes in the First Step of Wine Making
Trockenbeerenauslese
   is described as   
German Term for a White Wine Produced from a Very Late Harvest of Grapes That Has Been Infected With Botrytis
The Grapes of Wrath
   was written by   
John Steinbeck
1940
Jane Darwell
   for her role in   
The Grapes of Wrath (1940)
As Ma Joad
Rio Grande, Fort Apache, Grapes of Wrath
   are all   
Films Directed by John Ford
The Fox and the Grapes
   appears in   
Jack of Fables
Raisins and Grapes
   affects the   
Kidneys
Are potential causes of kidney failure in dogs.
The Grapes of Wrath (1940)
   starred   
Henry Fonda, Jane Darwell and John Carradine
Director: John Ford
Grapes
   means   
Haemorrhoids
Raisins
   is/are derived from   
Grapes
Appellation
   is described as   
A Geographical Based Term to Identify Where the Grapes for a Wine Were Grown.
Free Run
   is described as   
Juice Obtained from Grapes That Have Not Been Pressed.
Vine
   is described as   
A Plant on Which Grapes Grow.
Vitis Labrusca
   is described as   
A Breed of Grapes Native to North America.
Vitis Vinifera
   is described as   
A Breed of Grapes Native to Europe.
The Grapes of Wrath
   begins   
To the Red Country and Part of the Gray Country of Oklahoma...
To the red country and part of the gray country of Oklahoma, the last rains came gently, and they did not cut the scarred earth. - John Steinbeck
The Grapes of Wrath (1940)
   contains the line   
"Wherever There's a Fight So Hungry People Can Eat, I'll Be There."
The Grapes of Wrath (1940)
   starred   
Henry Fonda, Jane Darwell and John Carradine
IMDB rating 8.2/10. Director: John Ford. Won Oscars for Best Director & Actress in a Supporting Role & 4 nominations. National Film Preservation Board, USA 'National Film Registry Award' 1989.
The Grapes of Wrath (Steinbeck)
   was banned by   
The U.S.A.
California,1939. Made Californians look bad. Was burned in 1938 St. Louis on the grounds that “vulgar words were used". It was also banned in 1980 Iowa, and challenged in 1991 Greenville, SC schools because the book "uses the name of God and Jesus in a vain and profane manner", along with "inappropriate sexual references".
John Ford
   directed the film   
The Grapes of Wrath (1940)
Aciniform
   is shaped like a   
Bunch of Grapes
Uvelloid
   is shaped like a   
Bunch of Grapes
The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck
   was titled from the literary source   
The Battle Hymn of the Republic
Julia Ward Howe
The Grapes of Wrath
   ends   
"She Looked up and Across the Barn, and Her Lips Came Together and Smiled Mysteriously."
John Steinbeck
Viticulture
   is described as   
The Cultivation of Grapes. Not to Be Confused With Viniculture.
Grapes, Watermelon, Canteloupe
   are all   
Vine Fruits
Ice Wine
   is described as   
Wine Made from Frozen Grapes.
Blanc De Noirs
   is described as   
A White Wine, Usually Sparkling, Made from Red Grapes.
Wine-press
   is described as   
A Device, Comprising Two Vats or Receptacles, One for Trodding and Bruising Grapes, and the Other for Collecting the Juice.






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