Of Mice and Men Essay | The Ending of the Story "Of Mice and Men"

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The Ending of the Story "Of Mice and Men"

Summary: Essay gives my personal opinion of the end of the book "Of Mice and Men" by John Steinbeck.
The book, Of Mice and Men, ended with one turn after another. Already knowing the ending, I wasn't shocked at the end, just disappointed. I almost wanted George to commit suicide after, or not kill Lennie and make a run for it together. I believe that those two me should always be together.

I knew that once the puppy died that everything was going to go downhill. Lennie lost self-confidence because he didn't know if he could tend to the rabbits anymore. Also I knew that Curley's wife was trouble. I knew that she was going to die at the beginning, before I involuntarily heard the ending, because she didn't have a name. Through out the entire book she is known as Curley's wife, and I believe that John Steinbeck didn't want you to get to know her, because she was...

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