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Of Mice and Men

Summary: Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck is a story that involves deep and profound substance behind the plot. Steinbeck has incorporated a scene in the midpoint of the story that foreshadows a parallel scene at the end of the story.
Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck is a story that involves much more deep, and profound substance behind the plot. Steinbeck has incorporated a scene in the midpoint of the story that foreshadows a parallel scene at the end of the story. Candy's dog's death, due to Carlson, indicated a similar occurrence in the later parts of the tale. The killing of Lennie can be considered that corresponding event, especially as both passages are deemed similar in many aspects. Steinbeck's use of related episodes depicts the kind of society people were dealing with in the 1930's.

The two parallel occurrences, were linked to each other not only for the similarities in the actual happenings, but for the similarities in the meaning behind the whole melodramatic, yet simple portraits of struggles in life. The first event, that also foreshadows an important event ahead, is the murder...

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