Of Mice and Men Essay | Theme of "Of Mice and Men"

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Theme of "Of Mice and Men"

Summary: Discusses the theme of "Of Mice and Men" by John Steinbeck.

Of Mice and Men is of two inseparable travelers hoping to find their dream and the obstacles that lead them to their failure. Although, many would view this book differently. Some view it as a moral that Steinback is trying to express as did Leonard Unger when he said "Here, in the simplest possible terms, Steinback offers a statement of belief in the importance of voluntary of acceptance of responsibility, it reminds us again that man owes something to man." Unger and others look beyond what words they see on each page to find the true meaning of the book.

Although Lennie appeared to be cruel because of his appearance, he had a mind of a child due to his mental incapability. " Lennie dabbled his big paw in the water and wiggled his fingers so the water arose in little splashes; rings...

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