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Of Mice and Men Essay Help?

18 Jan 2017 21:24 | Author: greenfish904 | Category: Vorwort zur dissertation

Overview Summary of the Novel
Before reporting for work, migrant workers George Milton and Lennie Small spend the night on a peaceful riverbank. For the second time, George has to take away a dead mouse that Lennie has been petting. He consoles Lennie by recounting the story of their dream farm where Lennie will tend rabbits.

Later that evening, when Candy’s dog, lame and blind with age, enters the bunkhouse, Carlson suggests that Candy shoot it to put it out of its misery. Candy reluctantly agrees to allow Carlson to shoot the dog with his Luger pistol. Though deeply saddened at the death of his longtime companion, Candy says later that he should have shot his dog himself, instead of letting a stranger do it.

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    crazymouse508 18 Jan 2017 08:16

    In Of Mice and Men , migrant workers George and Lennie sign on as field hands at a California ranch. Lennie accidentally kills Curley''''s wife. George is forced to kill him to save him from a worse fate at the hands of Curley and the ranch hands.

    The aging, crippled Candy allows his old lame dog to be shot. George and Lennie discuss their dream of owning a farm, and Candy offers his savings for a share in it.

    Lennie Small, a simple-minded man of great size and strength. His dream is to have a chicken and rabbit farm with his friend George Milton and to be allowed to feed the rabbits. George tells him about the farm over and over and keeps Lennie in line by threatening not to let him feed the rabbits. The two men are hired to buck barley on a ranch. Lennie crushes the hand of the owner’s son, kills a puppy while stroking it, and breaks a woman’s neck, all unintentionally.

    Casting Lennie as he does, Steinbeck forces the reader to deal with the fact that well-intentioned people commit acts that are beyond their control or understanding. Lennie, although slow, has no malice. Even when he is under physical attack from Curley, he restrains himself until George orders him to take action. Lennie, however, stricken by fear, loses control and cannot let go of his attacker.

    The novel, which takes place during the Great Depression, begins beside the Salinas River near Soledad, California, where two migrant workers, Lennie Small and George Milton, are walking on their way to a nearby ranch. They have recently escaped from a farm near Weed where Lennie, a mentally deficient yet gentle man, was wrongly accused of rape when he touched a woman to feel her soft dress.

    George and Lennie's fragile dream to buy a small ranch of their own is a powerful symbol in the novel for what is commonly known as the American Dream.

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    beautifulcat936 18 Jan 2017 02:19

    I know two characters Steinbeck used to describe lonliness. Curley s wife and Crooks. Curley s wife explains that she has no one to talk to. She sits in their "2x4" house all day and ddoesn t get to talk to anyone but Curley, and all Curley talks about is fighting other guys. She feels lonely that s why she flirts with other guys and gives them the eye because she has no one to talk to. Crooks is also lonely because he s not allowed in the bunkhouse with the other ranchers because he is African american. So he has to sit in his own bunkhouse all day long with no one to talk to. He just sits and reads. Great book by the way, I LOVED it

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    silverlion475 18 Jan 2017 07:38

    In Of Mice and Men , migrant workers George and Lennie sign on as field hands at a California ranch. Lennie accidentally kills Curley''''''''''''''''s wife. George is forced to kill him to save him from a worse fate at the hands of Curley and the ranch hands.

    The aging, crippled Candy allows his old lame dog to be shot. George and Lennie discuss their dream of owning a farm, and Candy offers his savings for a share in it.

    Lennie Small, a simple-minded man of great size and strength. His dream is to have a chicken and rabbit farm with his friend George Milton and to be allowed to feed the rabbits. George tells him about the farm over and over and keeps Lennie in line by threatening not to let him feed the rabbits. The two men are hired to buck barley on a ranch. Lennie crushes the hand of the owner’s son, kills a puppy while stroking it, and breaks a woman’s neck, all unintentionally.

    Casting Lennie as he does, Steinbeck forces the reader to deal with the fact that well-intentioned people commit acts that are beyond their control or understanding. Lennie, although slow, has no malice. Even when he is under physical attack from Curley, he restrains himself until George orders him to take action. Lennie, however, stricken by fear, loses control and cannot let go of his attacker.

    The novel, which takes place during the Great Depression, begins beside the Salinas River near Soledad, California, where two migrant workers, Lennie Small and George Milton, are walking on their way to a nearby ranch. They have recently escaped from a farm near Weed where Lennie, a mentally deficient yet gentle man, was wrongly accused of rape when he touched a woman to feel her soft dress.

    George and Lennie''''s fragile dream to buy a small ranch of their own is a powerful symbol in the novel for what is commonly known as the American Dream.

    George Milton is our hero, a roving farmworker who is "small and quick, dark of face, with restless eyes and sharp, strong features … [with] small, strong hands, slender arms, and thin and bony nose" (1.4). But there''s more to him than a smart mouth and quick brain: he may not show it much, but George is a deeply moral, good man.

    Oddly, what makes George tick is his big, dumb oaf of a friend, Lennie. But George isn''t about to give Lennie one of those BFF heart necklaces you bought in Claire''s in sixth grade. (Although Lennie might buy George one.) In fact, he''s not very nice to Lennie at all. Take George''s very first words:

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    crazycat325 18 Jan 2017 08:30

    your thesis announcement is poorly worded. nonetheless I could say you summarise you elements for the "justified" aspect, then summarise your elements for the "egocentric" aspect after which placed your possess view on the finish of it. Maybe even advise why the creator left this ambigious. P.S having learn the guide the thesis announcement does not make alot of feel. the complete factor of george taking pictures lennie used to be to not exhibit if George had egocentric factors or attempted to save lots of Lennie, it is to exhibit that within the grand scheme of matters that Lennie had no manipulate over wether he lived or died. Somebody else determined his destiny. Reference to a poem by way of Burns known as Of Mice and Men.

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    smallduck140 18 Jan 2017 04:52

    In Of Mice and Men , migrant workers George and Lennie sign on as field hands at a California ranch. Lennie accidentally kills Curley''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s wife. George is forced to kill him to save him from a worse fate at the hands of Curley and the ranch hands.

    The aging, crippled Candy allows his old lame dog to be shot. George and Lennie discuss their dream of owning a farm, and Candy offers his savings for a share in it.

    Lennie Small, a simple-minded man of great size and strength. His dream is to have a chicken and rabbit farm with his friend George Milton and to be allowed to feed the rabbits. George tells him about the farm over and over and keeps Lennie in line by threatening not to let him feed the rabbits. The two men are hired to buck barley on a ranch. Lennie crushes the hand of the owner’s son, kills a puppy while stroking it, and breaks a woman’s neck, all unintentionally.

    Casting Lennie as he does, Steinbeck forces the reader to deal with the fact that well-intentioned people commit acts that are beyond their control or understanding. Lennie, although slow, has no malice. Even when he is under physical attack from Curley, he restrains himself until George orders him to take action. Lennie, however, stricken by fear, loses control and cannot let go of his attacker.

    The novel, which takes place during the Great Depression, begins beside the Salinas River near Soledad, California, where two migrant workers, Lennie Small and George Milton, are walking on their way to a nearby ranch. They have recently escaped from a farm near Weed where Lennie, a mentally deficient yet gentle man, was wrongly accused of rape when he touched a woman to feel her soft dress.

    George and Lennie''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s fragile dream to buy a small ranch of their own is a powerful symbol in the novel for what is commonly known as the American Dream.

    George Milton is our hero, a roving farmworker who is "small and quick, dark of face, with restless eyes and sharp, strong features … [with] small, strong hands, slender arms, and thin and bony nose" (1.4). But there''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s more to him than a smart mouth and quick brain: he may not show it much, but George is a deeply moral, good man.

    Oddly, what makes George tick is his big, dumb oaf of a friend, Lennie. But George isn''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''t about to give Lennie one of those BFF heart necklaces you bought in Claire''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s in sixth grade. (Although Lennie might buy George one.) In fact, he''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s not very nice to Lennie at all. Take George''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s very first words:

    Come celebrate the holidays with old and new friends at a special pop-up dinner on December 18th, by Chef Melissa Miranda. The Feast of the Seven Fishes (Italian: Festa dei sette pesci), also known as The Vigil (Italian: La Vigilia), is an Italian-American celebration of Christmas Eve with meals of fish and other seafood. Melissa spent six years cooking in Italy, but draws upon her Filipino background to put a unique and delightful spin on this traditional feast. Tickets available here.

    Essay is a personal point of view of an author on some particular topic. In most cases essay topics are not only tough to be revealed, but also hard to be understood by most of the people. Thus, in order to reveal the topic of an essay one needs to grasp the key points and the basics of the theme chosen.

    Topics for an essay
    Many essays can be written on a single theme. They can differ in their essence, form, style of writing, meaning, trend and having different aims. These differences depend on the essay type.

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    heavysnake768 18 Jan 2017 07:54

    In Of Mice and Men , migrant workers George and Lennie sign on as field hands at a California ranch. Lennie accidentally kills Curley''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s wife. George is forced to kill him to save him from a worse fate at the hands of Curley and the ranch hands.

    The aging, crippled Candy allows his old lame dog to be shot. George and Lennie discuss their dream of owning a farm, and Candy offers his savings for a share in it.

    Lennie Small, a simple-minded man of great size and strength. His dream is to have a chicken and rabbit farm with his friend George Milton and to be allowed to feed the rabbits. George tells him about the farm over and over and keeps Lennie in line by threatening not to let him feed the rabbits. The two men are hired to buck barley on a ranch. Lennie crushes the hand of the owner’s son, kills a puppy while stroking it, and breaks a woman’s neck, all unintentionally.

    Casting Lennie as he does, Steinbeck forces the reader to deal with the fact that well-intentioned people commit acts that are beyond their control or understanding. Lennie, although slow, has no malice. Even when he is under physical attack from Curley, he restrains himself until George orders him to take action. Lennie, however, stricken by fear, loses control and cannot let go of his attacker.

    The novel, which takes place during the Great Depression, begins beside the Salinas River near Soledad, California, where two migrant workers, Lennie Small and George Milton, are walking on their way to a nearby ranch. They have recently escaped from a farm near Weed where Lennie, a mentally deficient yet gentle man, was wrongly accused of rape when he touched a woman to feel her soft dress.

    George and Lennie''''''''''''''''s fragile dream to buy a small ranch of their own is a powerful symbol in the novel for what is commonly known as the American Dream.

    George Milton is our hero, a roving farmworker who is "small and quick, dark of face, with restless eyes and sharp, strong features … [with] small, strong hands, slender arms, and thin and bony nose" (1.4). But there''''''''s more to him than a smart mouth and quick brain: he may not show it much, but George is a deeply moral, good man.

    Oddly, what makes George tick is his big, dumb oaf of a friend, Lennie. But George isn''''''''t about to give Lennie one of those BFF heart necklaces you bought in Claire''''''''s in sixth grade. (Although Lennie might buy George one.) In fact, he''''''''s not very nice to Lennie at all. Take George''''''''s very first words:

    Come celebrate the holidays with old and new friends at a special pop-up dinner on December 18th, by Chef Melissa Miranda. The Feast of the Seven Fishes (Italian: Festa dei sette pesci), also known as The Vigil (Italian: La Vigilia), is an Italian-American celebration of Christmas Eve with meals of fish and other seafood. Melissa spent six years cooking in Italy, but draws upon her Filipino background to put a unique and delightful spin on this traditional feast. Tickets available here.

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    whiteostrich221 18 Jan 2017 00:50

    Hi there, The thesis lacks precision and is too wordy. I would rephrase it in this way: According to the novel "Of Mice and Men", the concepts of "good" and "evil" lead inevitably to conflict, since an action may be both at the same time. Whether an action is defined as good or evil depends on the mind frame of those directly involved. Cheers S

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    brownsnake756 18 Jan 2017 02:39

    In Of Mice and Men , migrant workers George and Lennie sign on as field hands at a California ranch. Lennie accidentally kills Curley''''''''s wife. George is forced to kill him to save him from a worse fate at the hands of Curley and the ranch hands.

    The aging, crippled Candy allows his old lame dog to be shot. George and Lennie discuss their dream of owning a farm, and Candy offers his savings for a share in it.

    Lennie Small, a simple-minded man of great size and strength. His dream is to have a chicken and rabbit farm with his friend George Milton and to be allowed to feed the rabbits. George tells him about the farm over and over and keeps Lennie in line by threatening not to let him feed the rabbits. The two men are hired to buck barley on a ranch. Lennie crushes the hand of the owner’s son, kills a puppy while stroking it, and breaks a woman’s neck, all unintentionally.

    Casting Lennie as he does, Steinbeck forces the reader to deal with the fact that well-intentioned people commit acts that are beyond their control or understanding. Lennie, although slow, has no malice. Even when he is under physical attack from Curley, he restrains himself until George orders him to take action. Lennie, however, stricken by fear, loses control and cannot let go of his attacker.

    The novel, which takes place during the Great Depression, begins beside the Salinas River near Soledad, California, where two migrant workers, Lennie Small and George Milton, are walking on their way to a nearby ranch. They have recently escaped from a farm near Weed where Lennie, a mentally deficient yet gentle man, was wrongly accused of rape when he touched a woman to feel her soft dress.

    George and Lennie''s fragile dream to buy a small ranch of their own is a powerful symbol in the novel for what is commonly known as the American Dream.

    George Milton is our hero, a roving farmworker who is "small and quick, dark of face, with restless eyes and sharp, strong features … [with] small, strong hands, slender arms, and thin and bony nose" (1.4). But there's more to him than a smart mouth and quick brain: he may not show it much, but George is a deeply moral, good man.

    Oddly, what makes George tick is his big, dumb oaf of a friend, Lennie. But George isn't about to give Lennie one of those BFF heart necklaces you bought in Claire's in sixth grade. (Although Lennie might buy George one.) In fact, he's not very nice to Lennie at all. Take George's very first words:

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    orangefish998 18 Jan 2017 09:28

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    *̣̩☀︎⋆̩Я✆ь¡и ☂︎*̣̩⋆̩ 17 Jan 2017 22:48

    In Of Mice and Men , migrant workers George and Lennie sign on as field hands at a California ranch. Lennie accidentally kills Curley''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s wife. George is forced to kill him to save him from a worse fate at the hands of Curley and the ranch hands.

    The aging, crippled Candy allows his old lame dog to be shot. George and Lennie discuss their dream of owning a farm, and Candy offers his savings for a share in it.

    Lennie Small, a simple-minded man of great size and strength. His dream is to have a chicken and rabbit farm with his friend George Milton and to be allowed to feed the rabbits. George tells him about the farm over and over and keeps Lennie in line by threatening not to let him feed the rabbits. The two men are hired to buck barley on a ranch. Lennie crushes the hand of the owner’s son, kills a puppy while stroking it, and breaks a woman’s neck, all unintentionally.

    Casting Lennie as he does, Steinbeck forces the reader to deal with the fact that well-intentioned people commit acts that are beyond their control or understanding. Lennie, although slow, has no malice. Even when he is under physical attack from Curley, he restrains himself until George orders him to take action. Lennie, however, stricken by fear, loses control and cannot let go of his attacker.

    The novel, which takes place during the Great Depression, begins beside the Salinas River near Soledad, California, where two migrant workers, Lennie Small and George Milton, are walking on their way to a nearby ranch. They have recently escaped from a farm near Weed where Lennie, a mentally deficient yet gentle man, was wrongly accused of rape when he touched a woman to feel her soft dress.

    George and Lennie''''''''s fragile dream to buy a small ranch of their own is a powerful symbol in the novel for what is commonly known as the American Dream.

    George Milton is our hero, a roving farmworker who is "small and quick, dark of face, with restless eyes and sharp, strong features … [with] small, strong hands, slender arms, and thin and bony nose" (1.4). But there''''s more to him than a smart mouth and quick brain: he may not show it much, but George is a deeply moral, good man.

    Oddly, what makes George tick is his big, dumb oaf of a friend, Lennie. But George isn''''t about to give Lennie one of those BFF heart necklaces you bought in Claire''''s in sixth grade. (Although Lennie might buy George one.) In fact, he''''s not very nice to Lennie at all. Take George''''s very first words:

    Come celebrate the holidays with old and new friends at a special pop-up dinner on December 18th, by Chef Melissa Miranda. The Feast of the Seven Fishes (Italian: Festa dei sette pesci), also known as The Vigil (Italian: La Vigilia), is an Italian-American celebration of Christmas Eve with meals of fish and other seafood. Melissa spent six years cooking in Italy, but draws upon her Filipino background to put a unique and delightful spin on this traditional feast. Tickets available here.

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    smallbird267 18 Jan 2017 03:45

    In Of Mice and Men , migrant workers George and Lennie sign on as field hands at a California ranch. Lennie accidentally kills Curley''s wife. George is forced to kill him to save him from a worse fate at the hands of Curley and the ranch hands.

    The aging, crippled Candy allows his old lame dog to be shot. George and Lennie discuss their dream of owning a farm, and Candy offers his savings for a share in it.

    Lennie Small, a simple-minded man of great size and strength. His dream is to have a chicken and rabbit farm with his friend George Milton and to be allowed to feed the rabbits. George tells him about the farm over and over and keeps Lennie in line by threatening not to let him feed the rabbits. The two men are hired to buck barley on a ranch. Lennie crushes the hand of the owner’s son, kills a puppy while stroking it, and breaks a woman’s neck, all unintentionally.

    Casting Lennie as he does, Steinbeck forces the reader to deal with the fact that well-intentioned people commit acts that are beyond their control or understanding. Lennie, although slow, has no malice. Even when he is under physical attack from Curley, he restrains himself until George orders him to take action. Lennie, however, stricken by fear, loses control and cannot let go of his attacker.

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    Платон Кралько 18 Jan 2017 02:06

    In Of Mice and Men , migrant workers George and Lennie sign on as field hands at a California ranch. Lennie accidentally kills Curley''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s wife. George is forced to kill him to save him from a worse fate at the hands of Curley and the ranch hands.

    The aging, crippled Candy allows his old lame dog to be shot. George and Lennie discuss their dream of owning a farm, and Candy offers his savings for a share in it.

    Lennie Small, a simple-minded man of great size and strength. His dream is to have a chicken and rabbit farm with his friend George Milton and to be allowed to feed the rabbits. George tells him about the farm over and over and keeps Lennie in line by threatening not to let him feed the rabbits. The two men are hired to buck barley on a ranch. Lennie crushes the hand of the owner’s son, kills a puppy while stroking it, and breaks a woman’s neck, all unintentionally.

    Casting Lennie as he does, Steinbeck forces the reader to deal with the fact that well-intentioned people commit acts that are beyond their control or understanding. Lennie, although slow, has no malice. Even when he is under physical attack from Curley, he restrains himself until George orders him to take action. Lennie, however, stricken by fear, loses control and cannot let go of his attacker.

    The novel, which takes place during the Great Depression, begins beside the Salinas River near Soledad, California, where two migrant workers, Lennie Small and George Milton, are walking on their way to a nearby ranch. They have recently escaped from a farm near Weed where Lennie, a mentally deficient yet gentle man, was wrongly accused of rape when he touched a woman to feel her soft dress.

    George and Lennie''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s fragile dream to buy a small ranch of their own is a powerful symbol in the novel for what is commonly known as the American Dream.

    George Milton is our hero, a roving farmworker who is "small and quick, dark of face, with restless eyes and sharp, strong features … [with] small, strong hands, slender arms, and thin and bony nose" (1.4). But there''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s more to him than a smart mouth and quick brain: he may not show it much, but George is a deeply moral, good man.

    Oddly, what makes George tick is his big, dumb oaf of a friend, Lennie. But George isn''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''t about to give Lennie one of those BFF heart necklaces you bought in Claire''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s in sixth grade. (Although Lennie might buy George one.) In fact, he''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s not very nice to Lennie at all. Take George''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s very first words:

    Come celebrate the holidays with old and new friends at a special pop-up dinner on December 18th, by Chef Melissa Miranda. The Feast of the Seven Fishes (Italian: Festa dei sette pesci), also known as The Vigil (Italian: La Vigilia), is an Italian-American celebration of Christmas Eve with meals of fish and other seafood. Melissa spent six years cooking in Italy, but draws upon her Filipino background to put a unique and delightful spin on this traditional feast. Tickets available here.

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    greengoose470 18 Jan 2017 08:43

    In Of Mice and Men , migrant workers George and Lennie sign on as field hands at a California ranch. Lennie accidentally kills Curley''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s wife. George is forced to kill him to save him from a worse fate at the hands of Curley and the ranch hands.

    The aging, crippled Candy allows his old lame dog to be shot. George and Lennie discuss their dream of owning a farm, and Candy offers his savings for a share in it.

    Lennie Small, a simple-minded man of great size and strength. His dream is to have a chicken and rabbit farm with his friend George Milton and to be allowed to feed the rabbits. George tells him about the farm over and over and keeps Lennie in line by threatening not to let him feed the rabbits. The two men are hired to buck barley on a ranch. Lennie crushes the hand of the owner’s son, kills a puppy while stroking it, and breaks a woman’s neck, all unintentionally.

    Casting Lennie as he does, Steinbeck forces the reader to deal with the fact that well-intentioned people commit acts that are beyond their control or understanding. Lennie, although slow, has no malice. Even when he is under physical attack from Curley, he restrains himself until George orders him to take action. Lennie, however, stricken by fear, loses control and cannot let go of his attacker.

    The novel, which takes place during the Great Depression, begins beside the Salinas River near Soledad, California, where two migrant workers, Lennie Small and George Milton, are walking on their way to a nearby ranch. They have recently escaped from a farm near Weed where Lennie, a mentally deficient yet gentle man, was wrongly accused of rape when he touched a woman to feel her soft dress.

    George and Lennie''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s fragile dream to buy a small ranch of their own is a powerful symbol in the novel for what is commonly known as the American Dream.

    George Milton is our hero, a roving farmworker who is "small and quick, dark of face, with restless eyes and sharp, strong features … [with] small, strong hands, slender arms, and thin and bony nose" (1.4). But there''''''''''''''''s more to him than a smart mouth and quick brain: he may not show it much, but George is a deeply moral, good man.

    Oddly, what makes George tick is his big, dumb oaf of a friend, Lennie. But George isn''''''''''''''''t about to give Lennie one of those BFF heart necklaces you bought in Claire''''''''''''''''s in sixth grade. (Although Lennie might buy George one.) In fact, he''''''''''''''''s not very nice to Lennie at all. Take George''''''''''''''''s very first words:

    Come celebrate the holidays with old and new friends at a special pop-up dinner on December 18th, by Chef Melissa Miranda. The Feast of the Seven Fishes (Italian: Festa dei sette pesci), also known as The Vigil (Italian: La Vigilia), is an Italian-American celebration of Christmas Eve with meals of fish and other seafood. Melissa spent six years cooking in Italy, but draws upon her Filipino background to put a unique and delightful spin on this traditional feast. Tickets available here.