The Effects Of Dreams In John Steinbeck's Of Mice And Men

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What is it like to have a dream that makes you feel alive, that gives you another reason to rise and to strive in morning and throughout the rest of your life? During the 1930’s this was often found within migrant workers who were searching for “The American Dream” of, at this time frame, land, wealth, and liberty. Providing for their families was one more part of “The American Dream.” Sadly most people failed to find “The American Dream” and ended up isolated and empty. Dreams are the reason people chose to suffer this pain. In the novella, Of Mice and Men, the author, John Steinbeck, has demonstrated the fatal effects of dreams through the themes of false hope, motivation, and the trouble that they cause as well
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