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of Mice and Men Andres Yemail

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Of Mice and Men by John STEINBECK Characters Lenni A large, lumbering, childlike migrant worker. Due to his mild mental disability, Lennie completely depends upon George, his friend and traveling companion, for guidance and protection. George He find them work, his dream of having enough money to buy a own ranch.He is a quick-witted man who travels with, and cares for, Lennie. Curly The boss’s son, Curley wears high-heeled boots to distinguish himself from the field hands. Curley is plagued with jealous suspicions and is extremely possessive of his flirtatious young wife. Curly's wife The only female character in the novel, Curley’s wife is never given a name and is only mentioned in reference to her husband. The men on the farm refer to her as a “tramp,” a “tart,” and a “looloo.” Candy An aging ranch handyman, Candy lost his hand in an accident and worries about his future on the ranch. Fearing that his age is making him useless, he seizes on George’s description of the farm he and Lennie will have, offering his life’s savings if he can join George and Lennie in owning the land. Setting Theme The Impossibility of the American Dream
Friendship Plot diagram time line George and Lenni running away from a problem if Lenni gets in trouble he goes back near the river Lenni gets a new puppy The story takes place in Salinas Valley, California during the great depression when two young men, George and Lenny get
dropped off a little early on the route of their first day of work.
Lenni fights with curly Lennies kills Curly´s wife Candy founds the death body from Curly´s wife and then Lenni run away George kills Lenni (Surprise Ending) Tesis stament Many authors today have developed their own writing styles that differentiate one author from another. In John Steinbeck’s novel, “Of Mice and Men,” there are certain writing techniques incorporated in his novel that give his writing originality. These writing techniques are established throughout the novel and create a more interesting setup for the story. In “Of Mice and Men,” the use of foreshadowing are writing techniques that are implemented in the story. foreshadowing when carson sas that dog stings let me shot it and he says just shoot at the back so that it wont noe where t came from thats the way george killed lennie Another example of foreshadowing is George tells Lennie that if he gets into trouble to come back and hide in the bush, this tells us that most definitely Lennie will get into trouble Foreshadowing he looked the back of the lennie´s head, at the place where the spine and skull were joined. "of Mice and Men Steinbeck105 Lenni turned his head and looked of across the pool and up the darkening slopes of the gabilans Quotation Direct quotes Indirect quotes We can see in this story how important is the relationship between George and Lennie. In one part of the novel George protect Lennie whren he said that if he get in trouble he should go near the river and hide in the brush until George como to help him.
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