Of Mice And Men Book Report Essay

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Of mice and men – book report

“Of mice and men” is a book written by the American author John Steinbeck. John Steinbeck was born in 1902 in Salinas. This was the city he lived in during his childhood. Later he moved to New York City, where he died in 1968.
Steinbeck went to Sanford University, but never graduated. Even though, he is one of the leading authors of the 20th century.
John Steinbeck had his own style of writing. By reading his books, you can often get to know about his life, since he wrote a lot after persona experience. Manhood and relationships between men are the teams of many of his books. He also wrote much about poor workers, again with personal experience of being a ranchhand.
John Steinbeck had his big break with the novel “of mice and men”, which was published in 1937.

“Of mice and men” is a story about two migrant workers, Lennie Small and George Milton, who travel together on the search for a new job. They came from the town Weed where they had been working for a while, but had to flee due to an accident caused by Lennie. He was accused for rape after holding a woman’s dress for too long. He only got fascinated by the dress because he thought it would feel soft, but when he reached out to touch it, the woman got scared and started screaming. Because of this, Lennie panicked and did not manage to leave the dress,
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A major one is friendship. Even though Lennie again and again gets George in trouble, George still has a really strong bond to him. He stands strong and by Lennie’s side as a true friend. I think that George develops a parent relation to Lennie. He feels that Lennie is alone his responsibility. The bond between them is quite similar to the bond between Candy and his dog. Candy has also have had his dog for a long time, and without him, the dog would not survive. Maybe it is because Candy regrets not shooting his dog himself, George decides to not let anyone else kill
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