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Essay | Themes and Narratives in Of Mice and Men

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Themes and Narratives in Of Mice and Men

Summary: Examines the John Steinbeck novel, Of Mice and Men. Discusses major themes and narratives. Focuses on the the of discrimination.
"Of Mice & Men" By John Steinbeck was written in the time of depression which occurred in the mid 1930's or more specifically in this story, 1937. It is a story of two men, a small, clever and crafty fellow named George and a big, slow and mentally retarded man named Lennie. The story is based around these two characters, and their shattered dream to find true happiness in a farm that they can call their own. But these are not the only characters in this story, there are several other characters that play important roles in the development of this story. They are Curly, Curly's father (the boss), Curly's wife, Candy, Slim, Carlson and Crooks (the nigger). This all goes along with our thesis statement "Minor characters are just as important as major characters in conveying themes in a novel." Throughout this essay...

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