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Dreams and Goals in "Of Mice and Men"

Summary: In John Steinbeck's "Of Mice and Men," the characters dreams for a better future provide their motivation. George and Lennie dream of their own ranch, while Crooks dreams of being equal to white people.
In this essay I will discuss the importance of dreams in `Of mice and Men'.

For the novel `Of Mice and Men' dreams are important. Having dreams allows you to look forwards in life, rather than backwards. Dreams allow you to have an idea for the future.

In this novel the main character who shares the same dream are George Milton and Lennie Small. George and Lennie's dream is of having their own ranch which they own themselves. It is a dream of working for themselves, of being independent; George and Lennie's dream is powerful enough to draw in Candy.

Crooks in the novel has a dream of becoming equal with white people because he is black. He is also drawn to George, Lennie and Candy's dream for a little while but then withdraws, because he realizes the situation, that being a black man he wouldn't have an...

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