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    Of Mice and Men Is discrimination still as big of a problem today as it was when this book took place? The book Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck is a story that takes place in the 1930’s. The two main characters are George and Lennie. In the book Of Mice and Men George takes care of his mentally challenged friend Lennie and they travel around together working on ranches. But Lennie always ends up doing something bad so they have to get out of town really fast. John Steinbeck shows us…

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    Friendship in Of Mice and Men In the novella, Of Mice and Men, George and Lennie have a complex and non-average friendship, yet still has much love in it. George and Lennie show much support towards each other and always help one another out. They also both share a goal in life which brings them closer to each other. Finally, they will always stick together no matter how many bad things happen. Steinbeck believes that all friendships are different, but to keep them together, the street must go…

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    In the novella, everybody suffers from a lack of purpose as an individual as this is seen through nearly all characters. In the beginning of the novella,Candy is seen as the only character who suffers from the attitudes of ageism in society. Being a person of no value due to his lack of physical strength on the ranch as we see his fate foreshadowed through the life of his dog. Like Candy his dog too suffers from ageism and to an extent becomes a burden to the ranch heads with its odour and lack…

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    Paragraph 1: Character speech In Of Mice and Men, Steinbeck uses character speech to express how the Great Depression has affected the American Dream. One instance of character speech shows the importance of work. For instance, as George and Lennie are making their journey towards the ranch, George points out to Lennie, “think I’d let you carry your own work card?” (Steinbeck 5). Evidently, this example from George’s dialogue does not only show his hostility and short-temperedness, but further…

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    The real Characters Have you ever felt a weight on your back, felt as if you're carrying another person? Well, this story is for you. In the book Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, George, the main character, is placed with the burden of taking care of his large friend with a mental disability, who seems to find trouble everywhere they go. During their adventure George gets in trouble on their first job and then they are forced to move to another farm to work and get money.Lastly in the book…

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    In “Of Mice And Men” by John Steinbeck, George & Lennie are in search of a good outside of Weed. It has to be outside of Weed because a very serious incident that had happened. It was a misunderstanding but George & Lennie decided to leave to avoid the trouble. Throughout the story, George treats Lennie with so much compassion,love, and kindness & Lennie is very thankful for george. I believe that readers would understand how loving one could be to another person. In the beginning of the…

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    “Rikki-Tikki-Tavi” is about courage, friendship, bravery, and more. It’s basically how he faces his fear, and stands up for his friends. The main characters are Rikki-Tikki-Tavi (obviously), Nag and Nagaina, Darzee, and Teddy and his parents. All of those characters had parts for the courage, friendship, and bravery. He also tries to protect his garden and a young boy named Teddy. Now let’s get to the real deal. What is courage? Courage is the ability to do something that frightens one. How he…

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    Everybody has a dream. Some Nightmares, some dreams. In the book Of Mice and Men, Lennie and George shared the same dream. The two lived out on their own, traveling from farm to farm looking for work. The book took place in the great depression, so like the name, they were in the heart of one. George and Lennie were partners in crime in the time. Always together, working, eating, and I bet sometimes sleeping, when Lennie gets a little frightened. The two even shared a dream, and it was a cool…

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    Summary of the text: In the first three chapters of Desert Solitaire: A Season in the Wilderness, written by Edward Abbey, the author writes about his experience moving from Albuquerque to Moab, Utah for a job at the Arches National Monument. After meeting the superintendent and chief ranger, they guide him to the house trailer where he will be staying and take a few supplies to him. Then, Abbey is given a tour of the park and job description and later returns to the house trailer. The next day…

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    The story that we read is “Of Mice and Men" by John Steinbeck. The story is about migrant workers who are friends, their names are George and Lennie. Lennie is big and strong, but also caring and gentle which makes readers sympathize for him. Lenny is caring. He cares for the people he meets and the animals as well. When George and Lennie are by the river, Lennie finds a dead mouse and wants to pet it. In the text, Lennie says “I could pet it with my thumb while we walked along.” (Page 6.)…

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