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Comparing Of Mice and Men with The Poor Relation.
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Comparing Of Mice and Men with The Poor Relation
The stories that I have read both have dreams. Both of the stories have dreams that are virtually impossible to achieve. Although the dreams in the book are set in very different times and are very different to each other, they are suitable for that period of time. Both the authors show that dreams are always present everywhere no matter where they are and when they take place. Both of the authors write from there own past experience, one way or another.
George and Lennie´s dream is to 'liv of the fata the lan´. This means that they dream to buy their own land and be there own boss and work there every day. They also want to be fed from there and Lennie wants to 'tend´ his rabbits. As soon as candy finds out that George and Lennie have a dream, Candy 'buys´ in to it by offering all his savings. Lennie and George are outcasts and exiles, the reason for this is for the fact that they are itinerant workers and they always work together and go everywhere with each other. This makes them outcasts because they
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