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Essay | Of Mice and Men

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Of Mice and Men

Summary: The novel "Of Mice and Men" was written by John Steinbeck in the mid 1930s. The novel is set in the town of Soledad in southern California. The locale connects with the main them of loneliness as is set in Soledad meaning "loneliness" in Spanish.
The novel of mice and men is written by John Steinbeck who was born on February 27 1902 in Salinas California.

The novel of mice and men was written in the mid 1930s. The novel is set in the town of Soledad in southern California America. The place in which this novel was set in connects with the main them of loneliness because the novel is mainly based upon loneliness and the place that this novel is set in Soledad means in Spanish loneliness this really makes it affective. Town Soledad lies on the Salinas River, an area with which Steinbeck was well familiar as he was born in the town of Salinas, but further to the North.

The novel is about two migrant or itinerant farm works, George Milton and lennie small.

George and lennie travel great distances to make a livening and fulfil their `American dream'...

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This section contains 2,959 words
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