Of Mice And Men: Rhetorical Analysis

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In “A Teachable Good Book: Of Mice and Men,” Thomas Scarseth focuses on the simple, but the tragic complexity of the novella, Of Mice and Men. Scarseth addresses the reality of the work, how it is true to the time period and the environment the characters are set in but also reveals the tragedy. The characters are all good people trying to achieve their dreams, but bad things happen on the way. He also points out that the world the characters live in is limited, as well as their abilities. The physical limitations of the world are the real tragedy that kills the possibility of their dreams coming true. Scarseth’s main points help to show the deeper tragedy of the novella, Of Mice and Men. Scarseth’s first point puts into perspective the
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