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The Novel of Mice and Men

  • Date Submitted: 04/13/2012 03:51 PM
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The novel Of Mice and Men, by John a large, mentally- handicapped man. They are trying to raise enough money to buy their own ranch. They like brothers looking for each other and helping each other.
In the novel, Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, foreshadowing is used a great deal throughout the whole," (p.12). Curley's wife is the only girl on the ranch. Connecting ends with ends, there is a sense of insecurity between these two people. Later on, there was an intimation that she was going to be killed by Lennie because he killed the mouse and the puppy, leading to bigger deaths such as Curley's wife.

Steinbeck has incorporated a scene midpoint of the story that Candy's dog's death, due to Carlson, indicated a similar occurrence in the later parts. The killing be considered that corresponding event, especially as both passages are deemed similar in many aspects.
Two parallel occurrences, The Candy's old and putrid smelling dog. Carlson pleads selfish reasons to get rid of the dog. Candy reluctance agrees to Carlson's idea of a painless death at the back of the dog's Lennie in the back of the head so lennie have a painless death. On both occasions the same gun and the same killing body point are used. Even the main point behind the murders or killings was to save them from any more pain or grief. Lennie and Candy's dog are both major characters in this story as they are looked down upon and vulnerable, apart from the rest of the selfish and self-centered gang.

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