• Of mice and men questions answered
    1. Loneliness is obviously a very obvious theme in the story Of Mice and Men. Most of the characters in the novella are lonely in some way, shape, or form. To start it off, Crooks is probably the loneliest figure we see in the story. He lives in a harness room by himself, all alone and away from th
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  • Of mice and men
    OF MICE AND MEN [pic] REVISION BOOKLET 2011 VERSION SECTION SUMMARIES SECTION ONE • Soledad is a real place - means solitude in Spanish • Sets the scene and introduces two main characters • Like the opening of a film it starts with an establishing shot and then zo
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  • Character analysis in of mice and men
    CHARACTER ANALYSIS George George is the second main character and one of the protagonist after Lennie in Of Mice and Men. When Lennie gets into trouble, He always helps him find a solution or get away, though Lennie’s size combined with his mental handicap caused problems frequen
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  • animal imagery in of mice and men
    The title of John Steinbeck’s novel comes from a Robert Burns poem about the struggle for survival of a field-mouse: ‘The best laid plans o’ mice and men Gang aft agley’ which suggests from the outset that the lives of men and animals are closely linked in this novel. At the...
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  • Curley and Slim in Of Mice and Men
     ‘Of Mice and Men’, written by John Steinbeck, is a novel set in 1930s California and tells the story of two migrant workers, George Milton and Lennie Small, who move from ranch to ranch looking for work during the Great Depression. This novel is set while George and Lennie are in a small...
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