QUESTION -Many of the characters' ambitions in 'Of Mice and Men' are focused on dreams for a better life � analyse the presentation of two of these dreams within the novel.
How to Write an Essay
1. Don't panic
2. Try to follow each of the characters. What would it really be like to be them? 3. Try to develop a short thesis statement.
4. Try not to deviate too far from the thesis statement during the essay. 5. Do you use one or two quotes? I'm from the U.S. We use double quotes first. Then, single quotes.
Here are three good ideas you had. Try and develop the dream idea more. Stay away from the death of the dream. The question is really not asking how the dream dies. I have reworked the paragraphs a lot.
The American Dream of prosperity and independence fuels Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men. The two central characters, George and Lennie, forge a bond to achieve this dream. In the achievement of their dream, they must separate themselves from the masses of itinerant workers whose sweat, grime, and despair become obstacles to dream fulfillment. George feels that their situation is unique in contrast to other ranch workers: they have each other. He boasts, 'Because I got you to look after me, and you got me to look after you.' This shows that George and Lennie share a symbiotic relationship; they depend on each other to provide a sense of hope in an otherwise bleak life. In addition, their wages, food rations, and necessities will be shared.
Lennie's childlike faith in the dream forces the cynical George to confront the dream daily. Lennie's main objective is to 'tend the rabbits.' He constantly looks to George for reassurance that he will be able to tend rabbits in the future. "Tending the rabbits" is a manifestation of George's love for Lennie as much as it is Lennie's dream. George is "tending the rabbits" already in driving ahead with the...