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HOW DEOS JOHN STEINBECK PRENSENT ANIMALS IN "OF MICE AND MEN"?

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BARYALI SHERZAY MISS MCCARTHY HOW DEOS JOHN STEINBECK PRENSENT ANIMALS IN "OF MICE AND MEN"? "Of mice and men John Steinbeck best-known and most poplar books. John Steinbeck was born in America and lived in California. He lived during the depression when a lot of Americans have no money and no jobs. "Of mice and men" was written in 1937 and he book considered by many his finest. He worked on a ranch like the one in the novel. The novel was written in 1937, he won a Prize for Literature in 1962, he Died in 1968.Steinbeck also wrote about the segregation of blacks and whites under "Jim crow". Steinbeck writes about the poor and working classes. In the story "of mice and men" John Steinbeck took the title from a poem. In the start of the novel "of mice and men" Lennie had mouse in his pocket so that's why John Steinbeck set a title called "Of Mice and Men". ...read more.

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Lennie Dream and hopes they both have their own farm one day they don't need to work for Someone else. Lennie and George dream of living off fatra the LAN. George tells lennie that we will have rabbit and a big vegetable pateh and chickens in their own farm. George makes lennie happy by saying that he will get a rabbit for lennie because lennie likes rabbit and he make lennie behave like a man. George fells to tell lennie about the rabbit because when lennie is not behaving then George tells him that he will not allowed him to play with the rabbits. George and Lennie went in to farm and met candy. They started little card game candy said lets go in to the other room, when they stepped in to the room. Carlson shouted candy answered that's my old dog. Lennie said to George throw the dog of the room this dog stinks. ...read more.

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Carleys wife wanted to tell lennie about the rabbit why he likes rabbit.curleys wife wanted to tell Lennie about the rabbit. Lennie begins to stroking her hair but then she tries to pull lennie away. She struggles and tries to scream and lennie punies.he puts his hand over her mouth to stop her by accidentally lennie broke her neck. Lennie realises that he his done something wrong, but when George knows about it George goes to kill lennie and at the end George kill's lennie. John Steinbeck uses his language to compare lennie with animal because lennie is mentally Disable and he is acting like a little child and he cannot control himself. Lennie kill's car ley's wife by accidentally and when Car ley's knows about it he decided to kill him. George kill's lennie because he kill's Car ley's wife and George decided to kill lennie because if George don't' kill lennie someone else will kill him. BY BARYALI SHERZAY Miss: McCarthy ...read more.

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