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Of Mice and Men is a book written by John Steinbeck and it was published in November 1937, it relates a story of George Milton, (who was very intelligent though uneducated) and Lennie Small whom was strong and built well but ‘is not brilliant’.
They were two migrant workers in the field on a plantation located in Canada during the Great Depression.
They both had dreams of eventually owning a piece of land and being able to settle down. Lennie’s version consisted of him tending to softpdf icon rabbits on a farm. (To read more, Download PDF of Of Mice and Men)
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|Publishing Date||November 23, 1937|
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George and Lennie are two itinerant ranch hands who arrive in California's Salinas Valley during the Great Depression, after being run off from their last assignment up north.
Lennie possesses great physical strength but has the intellectual capacity of a child.
George is the more calculating of the pair, but even he gets caught up in Lennie's dreams of owning a farm.
As they find work and try to build a stake that will bring them closer to their dream, George and Lennie discover how easily Fate can upset their best-laid plans.
John Steinbeck (1902-1968) was one of the great American writers. He is known for writing books filled with social criticism such as Tortilla Flats and The Grapes of Wrath.
He won the Nobel Prize in 1962 for his "realistic and imaginative writings, combining as they do sympathetic humour and keen social perception.
Of Mice and Men is banned in America. It has been banned because of vulgarity, racism, and its treatment of women.
A FEW MILES south of Soledad, the Salinas River drops in close
to the hillside bank and runs deep and green.
The water is warm
too, for it has slipped twinkling over the yellow sands in the
sunlight before reaching the narrow pool. On one side of the river
the golden foothill slopes curve up to the strong and rocky Gabilan
mountains, but on the valley side the water is lined with trees -
willows fresh and green with every spring, carrying in their lower
leaf junctures the debris of the winter’s flooding; and sycamores
with mottled, white, recumbent limbs and branches that arch over
On the sandy bank under the trees the leaves lie deep
and so crisp that a lizard makes a great skittering if he runs
among them. Rabbits come out of the brush to sit on the sand in
the evening, and the damp flats are covered with the night tracks
of ’coons, and with the spread pads of dogs from the ranches, and
with the split-wedge tracks of deer that come to drink in the dark.