Mice and Men Annotated Bibliography

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English II PAP 4th
8 November 2011
Of Mice And Men : An Annotated Bibliography
"Book Review: Of Mice & Men." A Novel Menagerie. Novel Menagerie, 2009. Web. 7 Nov 2011. <http://anovelmenagerie.com/2009/02/18/book-review-of-mice-and-men/>.
The author of this review focuses on the life of Lennie. She sympathizes with the hard times Lennie had to go through as a character. The author describes Lennie to the readers as an innocent, childlike character who is misunderstand by the people surrounding him. She describes Lennie's love for soft things and his wanting of George's approval. The author gives the review from Lennie's point of view and describes George as a rolemodel to Lennie. She explains the tough times Lennie and George have to go through as a consequence of Lennie's actions. She describes how Steinbeck uses foreshadowing to interests the readers. The author quickly summarizes the dream Lennie and George had and describes their friendship as peaceful and brotherly. The author mainly focuses on the friendship between George and Lennie and explains how the story can inspire readers. She gives an agreeable review of Mice and Men .

Fullmer, Sean. "Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck Book Review." HubPages. HubPages Inc., 2011. Web. 7 Nov 2011. <http://seanfullmer.hubpages.com/hub/Of-Mice-and-Men-by-John-Steinbeck-Book-Review>.

Fullmer focuses on the relationship of the characters and the emotions portrayed. Fullmer describes each character and explains the attitude of them. Fullmer describes Crook as an intelligent, kind, round character. He uses quotes from the book to confirm his statements. Fullmer writes about the audiences directed in Of Mice and Men. He describes how the book is directed to several groups of people like, "the treatment of blacks, women and the elderly...there are commentaries, both religious and economic describing the times..." Fullmer emphasizes the pasts of all the characters and...
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