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"The man's clothes were new-all of them, cheap and new. His gray cap was so new that the visor was still stiff adn the button still on, not shapeless and bulged as it would be when it had served for a while all the varies purposes of a cap..." (Steinbeck 9).

"The man's clothes were new-all of them, cheap and new. His gray cap was so new that the visor was still stiff adn the button still on, not shapeless and bulged as it would be when it had served for a while all the varies purposes of a cap..." (Steinbeck 9).

Illustrative infographic that explain some tips for tall men who usually have hard times looking for ideal clothes.

Illustrative infographic that explain some tips for tall men who usually have hard times looking for ideal clothes.

HENRY FONDA superb as Tom Joad in The Grapes of Wrath, a 1940 adaptation of John Steinbeck's novel.

HENRY FONDA superb as Tom Joad in The Grapes of Wrath, a 1940 adaptation of John Steinbeck's novel.

I dare you to make a cover song of any bieber song

I dare you to make a cover song of any bieber song

The Tom Joad by ProperNeckwear on Etsy, $96.00

The Tom Joad by ProperNeckwear on Etsy, $96.00

"The man's clothes were all new--all of them, cheap and new. His gray cap was so new that the visor was still stiff and the button still on" (Steinbeck 6)

"The man's clothes were all new--all of them, cheap and new. His gray cap was so new that the visor was still stiff and the button still on" (Steinbeck 6)

"His gray cap was so new that the visor was still stiff and the button still on not shapeless and bulged as it would be when it had served for a while all the various purposes of a cap" (Steinbeck 6).

"His gray cap was so new that the visor was still stiff and the button still on not shapeless and bulged as it would be when it had served for a while all the various purposes of a cap" (Steinbeck 6).

Tom practices this saying in chapter two when he says to the truck driver, "You got me wrong, mister … I ain't keepin' quiet about it. Sure I been in McAlester. Been there four years. Sure these is the clothes they give me when I come out. I don't give a damn who knows it. An' I'm goin' to my old man's place so I don't have to lie to get a job" (Steinbeck 12).

Tom practices this saying in chapter two when he says to the truck driver, "You got me wrong, mister … I ain't keepin' quiet about it. Sure I been in McAlester. Been there four years. Sure these is the clothes they give me when I come out. I don't give a damn who knows it. An' I'm goin' to my old man's place so I don't have to lie to get a job" (Steinbeck 12).

"The man's clothes were new - all of them, cheap, and new" (Steinbeck 6).

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"The man's clothes were new - all of them, cheap, and new" (Steinbeck 6).

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