Hall Of Fame Monologue

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"Hall Of Fame" by The Script (feat. Will.I.Am) and Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck share the same motif of dreaming. “Hall of Fame” by the Script is a song that tells about how to never give up, always chasing your dreams and dedicating yourself to get there. “Dedicate yourself and you can find yourself standing in the hall of fame” (The Script). The Script is stating that if you dedicate yourself and chase your dreams, you will achieve them and find yourself where you want to be (hall of fame). This demonstrates the motif of dreaming by showing how if you chase your dreams, you will achieve them by not giving up. Chasing your dreams and not giving up is crucial to finding yourself in the hall of fame because if you have motivation and do…show more content…
“Hall of Fame” by The Script states that if you chase your dreams you will achieve them. George and Lennie have the dream of being able to settle and have their own house. They talk about how they will reach their dream and have their own place to live at some point. “‘O.K. Someday- we’re gonna get the jack together and we’re gonna have a little house and a couple of acres an’ a cow and some pigs and---,’ said George. ‘An’ live off the fatta the lan’ ”’(Steinbeck 14). George and Lennie want to have their own house and keep that positive energy along with keeping their hope that their dream of having their own house will become true. This shows how George and Lennie have a dream that some day they will have their own house. This is because chasing your dreams and not giving up on them will result in you achieving them, and putting you in the hall of fame. Society can learn from these texts that it is okay to dream big, because if you chase your dreams and act on them, they will become true. It is important to chase your dreams because it will give you a motive to better yourself, and leading you to have a better
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