Morals In John Steinbeck's Of Mice And Men

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While reading, I have caught onto many morals. Steinbeck, the author of the novel, Of Mice and Men, has engaged many readers throughout his written morals. Referring to one of my favorite morals from the novel, Steinbeck educates how the reader should not have their own situation decided from another. As for an example, the isolated character, Candy, who experienced having his own decision settled for him by the character, Carlson. What Steinbeck conveys is that when your decision is made from another, he's meaning that the reader has to decide for their own situation because it's their life. As was written in the novel about the death of Candy's dog, don’t let one take away what's important in your life.
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