Of Mice and Men: With Notes (Longman Literature Steinbeck) - John Steinbeck

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Guys like us, that work on ranches, are the loneliest guys in the world. They got no family. They don't belong no place ...With us it ain't like that....

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Excellent

ProBeautiful short story.

ConsIt will make you cry.

I have always believed that good things come in small packages and this is certainly true of Steinbeck's 'Of Mice and Men'. I studied this text at school and absolutely fell in love with it. Having recently reread it I thought it might be interesting to organise my thoughts and review it...

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Super

ProPowerful and emotional story

ConsSome offensive and racist languages

Of Mice And Men is an all time classic of the twentieth century literature and is written by Nobel Prize winning author John Steinbeck. Of Mice And Men was published in1936 and this book has since remains a popular required reading in many secondary schools across the UK and in many other...

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Excellent

“An ironic friendship!”

published 21/08/2008

Proa fantastic read

Consmay have you in tears!!!

This book is definately a must read. I studied it for my GCSE's and absolutely loved it. It is about two men who friends. George is very dominant, intelligent and small, whereas Lenny is the complete oposite- Stupid, Tall and infantile. THe story explains how George is a Paternal figure to Lenny...

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Good

“Of Mice and Men”

published 03/09/2008

ProUseful notes and interesting themes

ConsNot the most interesting read

Lenny and George are two lonely not so average ranch guys at around the time f the depression taking any jobs avalible. The differnce is with them is that they have each other unlike most other men who work on a ranch. They look out for each other- George more than Lennie since Lennie appears to...

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Excellent

published 16/09/2008

.This is a wonderful book. Teachers actually give it to high school sophomores for projects. If you've ever seen the movie It's exactly like it. I couldn't keep my head out of it. One of the best books I've ever read

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Excellent

ProExcellent Notes, Excellent questions and good sect...

ConsSometimes the notes are exaggerated: not an compla...

"Two migrant workers in California during the Great Depression - George Milton, average in stature, intelligent, and cynical, but caring in the begining but not in the end; and Lennie Small, an ironically named man of large stature and immense strength, but limited mental abilities - come to a...

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