1. Which characters are discriminated against in Of Mice and Men?
- Curley, Slim and Carlson
- Lennie, Crooks, Curley's wife and Candy
- Curley's wife, George and Lennie
- Crook's and Candy
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2. What is marginalisation and why is it important in Of Mice and Men?
- It is the process of pushing someone to the side and isolating them from society. For example, Lennie and his mental disability, Candy being old and Crooks for being a different skin colour.
- The harming of animals. For example Candy's dog being shot because it's old and Candy not having a say in it.
- Pushing everyone to the side and isolating yourself. For example Curley
- Treating everyone equally. For example Slim, he never treats anyone differently and is equal to everyone including Curley's wife
3. When was Of Mice and Men Published?
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5. Why don't the men on the ranch like Curley's wife?
- She killed one of their wives
- She killed Candy's dog
- She is known as a 'tart' by the men as she likes to flirt
- She stole a gun off of them