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18 Jan 2017 21:24 | Author: whitefish730 | Category: Free sample essay child abuse

e-martin | College Teacher | (Level 1) Educator Emeritus

George and Lennie begin the story at the Salinas River where they discuss their past (the immediate past and the more distant past), discussing how they have come to be here and where they are going (narrative and character exposition). The men have come from "up north" where Lennie has done something that got the men chased out of town. They are on their way to a ranch where they have been hired as laborers. 

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    User1488612843 18 Jan 2017 02:04

    e-martin | College Teacher | (Level 1) Educator Emeritus

    Steinbeck''''''''''''''''s short novel follows two men, George and Lennie, as they take on a new job working on a ranch in central California "bucking barley" for the ranch owner and his son.

    William Delaney | (Level 3) Distinguished Educator

    Steinbeck gave George and Lennie many contrasting characteristics in order to make it easy for the reader to visualize them and tell them apart.  Their contrasting physical and psychological traits are pointed out by the uneducated but very intelligent character called Slim.

    point of view · The story is told from the point of view of a third-person omniscient narrator, who can access the point of view of any character as required by the narrative.

    falling action · Lennie runs away from the barn; the men return and find Curley’s wife dead; Curley leads a mob of men to search for and kill Lennie; George finds Lennie in the clearing and, while retelling the story of life on their farm, shoots him in the back of the head.

    3. Paying attention to the long descriptive passages at the beginning of each section, discuss the ways in which the novella is similar to a theatrical play. Do these similarities strengthen or weaken the work? How?

    4. Discuss George’s actions at the end of the story. How can we justify what he does to Lennie? How can we condemn it?

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    purpleleopard679 18 Jan 2017 07:49

    e-martin | College Teacher | (Level 1) Educator Emeritus

    Steinbeck''s short novel follows two men, George and Lennie, as they take on a new job working on a ranch in central California "bucking barley" for the ranch owner and his son.

    William Delaney | (Level 3) Distinguished Educator

    Steinbeck gave George and Lennie many contrasting characteristics in order to make it easy for the reader to visualize them and tell them apart.  Their contrasting physical and psychological traits are pointed out by the uneducated but very intelligent character called Slim.

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    purplemouse302 18 Jan 2017 01:18

    e-martin | College Teacher | (Level 1) Educator Emeritus

    Steinbeck''''s short novel follows two men, George and Lennie, as they take on a new job working on a ranch in central California "bucking barley" for the ranch owner and his son.

    William Delaney | (Level 3) Distinguished Educator

    Steinbeck gave George and Lennie many contrasting characteristics in order to make it easy for the reader to visualize them and tell them apart.  Their contrasting physical and psychological traits are pointed out by the uneducated but very intelligent character called Slim.

    point of view · The story is told from the point of view of a third-person omniscient narrator, who can access the point of view of any character as required by the narrative.

    falling action · Lennie runs away from the barn; the men return and find Curley’s wife dead; Curley leads a mob of men to search for and kill Lennie; George finds Lennie in the clearing and, while retelling the story of life on their farm, shoots him in the back of the head.

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    smalllion775 18 Jan 2017 04:25

    e-martin | College Teacher | (Level 1) Educator Emeritus

    Steinbeck''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s short novel follows two men, George and Lennie, as they take on a new job working on a ranch in central California "bucking barley" for the ranch owner and his son.

    William Delaney | (Level 3) Distinguished Educator

    Steinbeck gave George and Lennie many contrasting characteristics in order to make it easy for the reader to visualize them and tell them apart.  Their contrasting physical and psychological traits are pointed out by the uneducated but very intelligent character called Slim.

    point of view · The story is told from the point of view of a third-person omniscient narrator, who can access the point of view of any character as required by the narrative.

    falling action · Lennie runs away from the barn; the men return and find Curley’s wife dead; Curley leads a mob of men to search for and kill Lennie; George finds Lennie in the clearing and, while retelling the story of life on their farm, shoots him in the back of the head.

    3. Paying attention to the long descriptive passages at the beginning of each section, discuss the ways in which the novella is similar to a theatrical play. Do these similarities strengthen or weaken the work? How?

    4. Discuss George’s actions at the end of the story. How can we justify what he does to Lennie? How can we condemn it?

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    silverbird671 17 Jan 2017 23:47

    e-martin | College Teacher | (Level 1) Educator Emeritus

    Steinbeck''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s short novel follows two men, George and Lennie, as they take on a new job working on a ranch in central California "bucking barley" for the ranch owner and his son.

    William Delaney | (Level 3) Distinguished Educator

    Steinbeck gave George and Lennie many contrasting characteristics in order to make it easy for the reader to visualize them and tell them apart.  Their contrasting physical and psychological traits are pointed out by the uneducated but very intelligent character called Slim.

    point of view · The story is told from the point of view of a third-person omniscient narrator, who can access the point of view of any character as required by the narrative.

    falling action · Lennie runs away from the barn; the men return and find Curley’s wife dead; Curley leads a mob of men to search for and kill Lennie; George finds Lennie in the clearing and, while retelling the story of life on their farm, shoots him in the back of the head.

    3. Paying attention to the long descriptive passages at the beginning of each section, discuss the ways in which the novella is similar to a theatrical play. Do these similarities strengthen or weaken the work? How?

    4. Discuss George’s actions at the end of the story. How can we justify what he does to Lennie? How can we condemn it?

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    yuna 18 Jan 2017 00:09

    e-martin | College Teacher | (Level 1) Educator Emeritus

    Steinbeck's short novel follows two men, George and Lennie, as they take on a new job working on a ranch in central California "bucking barley" for the ranch owner and his son.

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    User1487793293 18 Jan 2017 03:15

    e-martin | College Teacher | (Level 1) Educator Emeritus

    Steinbeck''''''''s short novel follows two men, George and Lennie, as they take on a new job working on a ranch in central California "bucking barley" for the ranch owner and his son.

    William Delaney | (Level 3) Distinguished Educator

    Steinbeck gave George and Lennie many contrasting characteristics in order to make it easy for the reader to visualize them and tell them apart.  Their contrasting physical and psychological traits are pointed out by the uneducated but very intelligent character called Slim.

    point of view · The story is told from the point of view of a third-person omniscient narrator, who can access the point of view of any character as required by the narrative.

    falling action · Lennie runs away from the barn; the men return and find Curley’s wife dead; Curley leads a mob of men to search for and kill Lennie; George finds Lennie in the clearing and, while retelling the story of life on their farm, shoots him in the back of the head.

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    User1489065090 18 Jan 2017 04:00

    e-martin | College Teacher | (Level 1) Educator Emeritus

    Steinbeck''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s short novel follows two men, George and Lennie, as they take on a new job working on a ranch in central California "bucking barley" for the ranch owner and his son.

    William Delaney | (Level 3) Distinguished Educator

    Steinbeck gave George and Lennie many contrasting characteristics in order to make it easy for the reader to visualize them and tell them apart.  Their contrasting physical and psychological traits are pointed out by the uneducated but very intelligent character called Slim.

    point of view · The story is told from the point of view of a third-person omniscient narrator, who can access the point of view of any character as required by the narrative.

    falling action · Lennie runs away from the barn; the men return and find Curley’s wife dead; Curley leads a mob of men to search for and kill Lennie; George finds Lennie in the clearing and, while retelling the story of life on their farm, shoots him in the back of the head.

    3. Paying attention to the long descriptive passages at the beginning of each section, discuss the ways in which the novella is similar to a theatrical play. Do these similarities strengthen or weaken the work? How?

    4. Discuss George’s actions at the end of the story. How can we justify what he does to Lennie? How can we condemn it?

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    crazymouse244 17 Jan 2017 23:31

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    e-martin | College Teacher | (Level 1) Educator Emeritus

    George and Lennie begin the story at the Salinas River where they discuss their past (the immediate past and the more distant past), discussing how they have come to be here and where they are going (narrative and character exposition). The men have come from "up north" where Lennie has done something that got the men chased out of town. They are on their way to a ranch where they have been hired as laborers.