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by John Steinbeck

Of Mice and Men tells the story of the friendship between George and Lennie, a mentally handicapped man. Together they find a new job where Curly’s wife makes advances on Lennie and horrible consequences ensue.

Characters: George, Lennie, Curley, Curley’s wife, Slim
Keywords: farm, friendships, promiscuity, killings, fight

Critical sites about Of Mice and Men

Of Mice and Men
This site contains a chapter-by-chapter summary of the plot, lists of the characters and their relationships, and a short overview of the novel.
Contains: Plot Summary
Author: Stefan, Ed
Keywords: John Steinbeck, California novel

Other (non-critical) sites about Of Mice and Men

The Of Mice and Men Student Survival Guide
“This web site is designed to be an annotative guide to the novel (annotations are notes that explain things). As you travel through the site, you’ll find hundreds of definitions to help you get more out of your reading. “
Contains: Content Analysis
Keywords: allusions, idioms, vocabulary

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Last Updated Apr 29, 2013