Mice of men

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What is an -sim dealt with in this story?
Ageism
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What do George and Lennie fear?
isolation
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One might say that this story is about the death of American _______
dreams
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How is Lennie's disability described at first?
innocent
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If you're a woman in Of Mice and Men, you are probably _____
dead
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What space could be a symbol of isolation?
crooks room
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What represents Lennie's dream?
rabbits
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Who is symbolic of the "everyman"?
George
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What archetype is Lennie?
The wise fool
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Who is a victim of ageism?
Candy
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How would you describe Curley's disposition?
Angry
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Why did George and Lennie leave their job in Weed?
Lennie touched a woman's dress, and she was not happy about this.
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What is Lennie's fetish?
Petting things
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What do the men urge Candy to do?
Let Carlson shoot his dog
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What happens to Lennie at the end of the story?
He is shot in the back of the head by George.
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Card 2

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What do George and Lennie fear?

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isolation

Card 3

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One might say that this story is about the death of American _______

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Card 4

Front

How is Lennie's disability described at first?

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Card 5

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If you're a woman in Of Mice and Men, you are probably _____

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