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Copy of Desk

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jack McGinn

on 30 August 2013

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Transcript of Copy of Desk

Of Mice and Men

By Jack McGinn
Lennie Small
George Milton
"Lennie dabbled his big paw"
"The way a bear drags his feet"
"Snorting into the water like a horse"
"As silently as a creeping bear"

George looked sharply at him. "What'd you take outa that pocket?"
"Ain't a thing in my pocket," Lennie said
"I know there ain't. You got it in your hand…"
Lennie went back and looked at the dead girl. The puppy lay close to her. Lennie picked it up. "I'll throw him away," he said. "It's bad enough like it is."
The end
Thank you for watching
Candy's dog
A few other Characters
Curly's wife
Like Lenny they both have a similar death
Child Like
Of Mice and Men is a novella that was first published in 1937
John Steinbeck is the author of Of Mice and Men

George and Lennie's Relationship
John Steinbeck is a Nobel prize laureate
Candy and his dog is the only other relationship on the ranch.
Farther and son
Pet and owner
"I'll put the old devil out of his misery right now,"
“They had walked in single file down the path”
“I ain’t sure it’s good water”
“he pulled his hat down a little more over his eyes the way George’s hat was.”
"Slowly, like a terrier who doesn't want to bring a ball to its master, Lennie approached, drew back, approached again."
"Used to play jokes on 'im 'cause he was too dumb to take care of 'imself."
Paradise Lost
By John Milton
George in ancient greek means earth-worker.
Throughout History George has been the name of many iconic Leaders.

Candy shows George
Candy's dog shows Lenny
An' s'pose they lock him up an' strap him down and put him in a cage. That ain't no good, George."
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