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Of Mice and Men Flashcards

Of Mice and Men Chapter 4 Test

He’s the only African American on the ranch. Curley’s wife is lonely because she’s the only woman on the ranch. Candy is lonely because of his age. Why is Crooks so lonely? Lennie went to see his puppy and sees…

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Of Mice and Men Chapter 1 Quotations

A few miles south of Soledad, the Salinas river … runs deep and green Steinbeck sets the scene in the first chapter near Soledad (Spanish for “loneliness”) before the two protagonists arrive. The visual imagery is used to describe the…

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Of Mice and Men – Vocabulary and Slang

Work up a stake make money to claim land Blow their stake lose and/or spend all their money Pulp Magazine inexpensive fiction magazines; a sensational magazine; Pants just crawling with ants Curley is restless and nervous Looloo an attractive woman…

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Of Mice and Men- Symbols

The Dream Farm The dream farm exists only in the minds of George and Lennie. There, George an have his freedom from authority and it will be easier for him to keep tabs on Lennie. Lennie can indulge his affection…

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Of Mice and Men Vocab

bindle a bag or sack, sometimes made from a rolled-up blanket bindle stiff a hobo, homeless man who has all his stuff in a bindle bunk house the sleeping quarters for workers, one big room with lots of beds apple…

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Of Mice and Men vocabulary Chapter 2

swamper (n.): a handyman; someone who performs odd jobs often involving cleaning stable buck (n.): a stable is a building where horses are kept. A buck, in this case, is a derogatory word for a black man. A staple buck,…

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of mice and men: themes – Companionship

demonstrated from George and Lennie Companionship in Of Mice and Men is primarily demonstrated through the friendship of George and Lennie, as there are no other meaningful relationships between people in the book. The unusualness of their bond is emphasised…

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