A Brief Comparison Of John Steinbeck's Of Mice And Men

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John Steinbeck was born in Salinas, California on February 27, 1902 he grown up in middle class home where his father was a multiple job holding to feed the family and his mother was a schoolteacher. Steinbeck only went to college in pursuit to please his parents because he drifted in and out for six years and still came out with no degree. (Biography.com) Now that you have some background information about john I’m now give you information into where he got the idea of writing Of Mice and Men in an interview with New York Times John said “Lennie was a real person. I worked alongside him for many weeks. He didn’t kill a girl. He killed a ranch foreman. Got sore because the boss had fired his pal and stuck a pitchfork right through his stomach. (What is the actual story behind "Of Mice and Men"? )…show more content…
movie comparison on John Steinbeck Of Mice and Men. My first comparison is in the movie when Lennie and the bad guys were meeting candy didn’t come into the room. (Roth)In my opinion this is important because in the book she did come in but in the while the meeting was going on but in the movie the bad guys had no idea about the farm plan that Lennie had. In the movie it didn’t show Lennies moment where he was suppose to imagine the rabbits when he’s at the pond. Then George is hesitant when it comes to killing Lennie even though he knows its best but in movie George doesn’t hesitate. This is extremely important because in the movie it seems like George could careless about Lennie and killing him seems easy to him where in the movie he doesn’t want to do it even though he does and he also tells him a story which shows a compassion and regretful side to
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