Of Mice and Men Essay | Ambition- "of Mice and Men"

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Ambition- "of Mice and Men"

Summary: In the novel "Of Mice and Men" by John Steinbeck, two men undergo the struggles of surviving in an age of poverty. When Lennie and George, our main characters, come across some obstacles, there are patterns in their behavior that portray a reoccurring theme within the novel.
In the novel "Of Mice and Men" by John Steinbeck, two men undergo the struggles of surviving in an age of poverty. When Lennie and George, our main characters, come across some obstacles, there are patterns in their behavior that portrays a reoccurring theme within the novel. At many parts of the story Lennie asks George to reiterate to him their plans for the future, which don't seem at all realistic. But they are driven by ambition, which ties their hopes and dreams together. Their ambition to accomplish something in life other then being a mere pair of migrant workers. With only the prospects of a brighter future to encourage them to continue dreaming and have hope, I feel that one of the their ambitions are a key theme to the novel. Also, when people are going through difficulties in their lives as...

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