A common theme between “Of Mice and Men” and “Those Winter Sundays” is that they both talk about hard work. Of Mice and Men, they work hard and hope to own their own land to work on. However in “Those Winter Sundays” it seems like it is a father that works hard for his family, he works hard to keep them warm, and also to keep food on the table. In paragraph 1, Of Mice and Men, it states “George warns Lennie that they are going to work on a ranch, and that he must behave himself.” Which just shows how important it is to George to get his own ranch. The biggest difference is that George and Lennie are working for themselves, and in “Those Winter Sundays”, its a man working hard for his family.
Of Mice and Men 3-4 Paragraph: Imagery
“A water snake glided smoothly up the pool, twisting its periscope head from side to side; and it swam the length of the pool and came to the legs of a motionless heron that stood in the shallows. A silent head and beak lanced down and plucked it out by the head, and the beak swallowed the little snake while its tail waved frantically.”(CH. 6). Throughout the entire book, Of Mice and Men there are many uses of imagery. This is one of my favorite, because I feel like you can image the snake itself and the pool. This is definately visual, but could also be auditory because you could hear “the snake gliding across the pool”. This quote is also special because its by the brush that Lennie is supposed to come hide in if he is ever in trouble.
Of Mice and Men 5-6 Paragraph: Tone
The tone throughout the entire novel is sympathetic, honest, and hopeful. However, in the last two chapters it changes. "He was so little," said Lennie. "I was jus playin’ with him… an’ he made like he’s gonna bite me… an’ I made like I was gonna smack him … an’… an’ I done it. An’ then he was dead. She consoled him. "Don’t you worry none. He was jus’ a mutt. You can get another one easy. The whole