Of Mice and Men Essay | Writing Style in "Of Mice and Men"

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Writing Style in "Of Mice and Men"

Summary: It is about two styles Steinbeck uses in "Of Mice and Men." They are perspectives of the characters and foreshadowing.

In "Of Mice and Men", the writing style of John Steinbeck has an important effect. Steinbeck writes the story from the point of view of many people. Using this method, he brings in many emotions of the different characters. For example, Steinbeck expresses Candy's feelings when Carlson was attempting to persuade him to kill his old dog. The way this part was express, it makes the reader feel like he or her was there. Another factor that contributes to the reality of this scene is the details and descriptions of the characters and surroundings. Steinbeck puts the climax of his novel at its conclusion. Throughout the story, he builds up the confidence of the readers and makes them believe that someday George and Lennie would own a farm. But at the end, George shoots Lennies. George also realizes that their dreams would never...

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