Of Mice And Men By John Steinbeck: Character Analysis

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"No matter how hard you try, you may never achieve your dreams." This quote infers that no matter how hard you try, you might not always make your dream come true. Dreams are another way which can show how an individual can achieve their goals in life and how much they really want it to become true. Everyone has dreams, it’s a fact, and they have hopes for their future even for the dreams that may never happen. But this just shows that people never give up and they always think and believe in their dreams.
Towards the beginning of the novel (written by John Steinbeck) George, a main character in the novel, says the line "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 -" In this line he is talking to his best friend Lennie and this explains to the reader what Georges dream is. Lennie is a man who is essentially in a man’s body but has the brain of a child. One of the
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In other words, it motivates us (human beings) to try and do are best to achieve our goals. Dreams are something you look forward to, something you want to achieve and think of all the time because you have this eager and drive to get what you want. Some may also think of a dream as an escape from the real world. Sometimes you just need your own time in your own fantasy world, because the real word is not perfect and people always need a break. John Steinbeck’s novel, Of Mice and Men, is a story that is set in 1920’s, America. This is a time which is when Americans were in unemployed, and tend to lack money. Steinbeck talks about two friends named George and Lennie that always stick together no matter what and try to earn just enough money to survive. The culture of these workers (such as George and Lennie) at that time, makes us think of a normal human man. Everybody, even today, has to earn money to support one another like their families and
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