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What are the grapes in The Grapes of Wrath?

The term 'grapes of wrath' is a biblical allusion. There is no one element in the story that corresponds to the grapes. It is referring to a passage that talks figuratively ao (MORE)
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Where are grapes from?

Historical data shows that they are native of South Caucasus between the Caspian and Black Seas spreading south to the western side of the Fertile Crescent the Jordan Valley a (MORE)

What do grapes symbolize in the grapes of wrath?

The phrase, "grapes of wrath," is taken from the Battle Hymn of the Republic, a poem published by Julia Ward Howe in 1862. The poem was set to music and became the rallying c (MORE)
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Why are grape nuts called grape when they have no grapes?

According to the Post Cereal website, the name is believed to come from the "grape sugar" that formed while baking, and the "nutty" flavor that they had. See related link.
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How does a grape flower turn into grape?

After the flower is pollinated, the fruit grows. If the fruit has seeds, then a plant may result. Most grapes for wine have a root of one type of plant and then the other is g (MORE)
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Where do you get your grapes from?

Most grapes are imported from the Mediterranean. Some are grown in the USA and Europe. Grapes are also a popular crop in Australia, along many of the inland rivers, and in th (MORE)
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Why do you have grape vines but no grapes?

If you have grape vines, but no grapes, then there is something wrong with the vines or you're looking for grapes at the wrong time of year and they just haven't come yet. I'd (MORE)
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Where can you get grapes?

From countries like France, Italy, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Austria, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Russia, Poland, Croatia, Romania, Greece, Turkey, Israel, Iran, Thailand, China, (MORE)