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Of Mice and Men Song Playlist

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Piper Dunk

on 10 April 2014

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Transcript of Of Mice and Men Song Playlist

Here I go Again- Whitesnake
Loneliness/ Isolation
Safe and Sound- Taylor Swift
Friendship
Perfect by Pink Continued.....
Curley's Wife
Imagine -John Lennon
Discrimination
Of Mice and Men Song Playlist
By: Piper Dunk
For: Mr. Longhurst
ENG 1DR
April. 11/2014

Paradise- Coldplay
Dreams/ Unrealized Dreams
Perfect- Pink
Curley's Wife
Represents the loneliness of men working the rails
Without each other Lennie and George would be just as lonely
They have nothing to look forward to ("I don't know where I'm going")
Represents the Friendship between George and Lennie
George protects Lennie and keeps him from being thrown in an asylum/ institution
Parental Figure
" You'll be alright; no one can hurt you know" -George taking care of Lennie
"Come Morning Light, you and I will be safe and sound" - If George kills Lennie it will free him from soceity
Represents the racism, sexism and discrimination against the old and disabled
Crooks is discriminated against because of his colour of skin, he's made to stay in the shed.
Candy is old so when he can't work anymore he'll have no place to go
Represents the dream of owning their own farm
Their "Paradise" and freedom from the rails
Being able to be their own bosses
"But it flew away from her reach so she ran away in her sleep" Lennie's aunt clara died so he had to start working the rails to provide for himself (with George's help)
" I know the sun must set to rise" When George shot Lennie he sent him to Paradise (Heaven) where he could have the dream farm
Represents the way women are perceived by men
Curley's Wife is called rude names by the workers because she's being polite, they think she's making a pass at them
Viewed as an item, personal possession, and an accessory
Lonely because she can't go out of the house without getting in trouble with Curley
"Mistreated, misplaced, misunderstood" She's mistreated by Curley so she tries to get attention from other people (such as the workers) and she's misunderstood because they think she's "got the eye"
"Mistaken, always second guessing, underestimated" She's always worried about what Curley will do and she's anxious whenever she's not in the house, because Curley is controlling,possessive and jealous
Don't belong
No family
"Going down the only road I've ever known" They're forever on the rails
"Here I Go Again" They move on every month
Loneliness/ Isolation
" You'll be alright; no one can hurt you know" -George taking care of Lennie
"Come Morning Light, you and I will be safe and sound" - If George kills Lennie it will free him from soceity
Friendship
Curley's wife is supposed to not talk to any other man, never go outside the house, serve Curley
"Imagine there's no countries, it isn't hard to do; nothing to kill or die for, no religion too represents the discrimination against people with black skin and different religion
Discrimination
"But it flew away from her reach so she ran away in her sleep" Lennie's aunt clara died so he had to start working the rails to provide for himself (with George's help)
" I know the sun must set to rise" When George shot Lennie he sent him to Paradise (Heaven) where he could have the dream farm
Dreams/ Unrealized Dreams
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