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In the novel the “Grapes of Wrath” by John Steinbach, Steinbech develops a concept of manself. Manself is a kind of self confidence that can’t be taken away. Three character in the novel that have manslef are Grandpa, Ma and Mugsley Graves. Grandpa is the oldest of the Jode family. He has the last say in everything that the family does. Grandpa decides right before the Continue...

Ma is the glue that holds the Jode family together. family is to leave for California that he isn't going to go with the family and that he is going to stay in the farm. Ma is another character with manself. Ma lays with Grandma's dead body the whole way through the desert as to make sure that her family's journey through the desert does not get prospered. Musley roams around his and the nearby farms in Oklahoma constantly hiding from the sheriffs and bank owners. One person with their mind made up can change lots of peoples minds. But it only takes a few days for his body to join his heart. When the family forces him to go he dies in the emotional sense. The last character in the novel with manself is Musley Graves. Musley decided he wasn't going to let the bank kick him off his own land. Ma makes her way into the decision making process of the Jode family. Manself is a theory that people who believe in themselves can be very effective and hard to change.