Of Mice and Men Essay | Student Essay

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Of Mice and Men, A Review

Summary: Provides a short synopsis of the novel, Of Mice And Men, by John Steinbeck. Discusses main themes of the book.
While browsing through the shelves of the library at the beginning of summer I could not seem to find the book Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck. I kept browsing, searching for what I thought would be a 700 or so page book, with my only previous knowledge of the book being that it was considered a classic. Finally I found a copy of what I thought would have been an analysis or a reading guide to the book I was searching for, sandwiched in between two of his other works The Grapes of Wrath(455 pages) and East of Eden(601 pages) which were massive compared to the paperback I pulled out. Yet, what I pulled out was in fact the entire 103 page long novel Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck. Although the book is short and simple, it is at the same time...

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