Of Mice and Men

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what are the similarities between Lennie and Candy's dog.
Lennie and dog was killed with the same gun and shot in the back of the head.
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Describe how Steinbeck uses the technique of foreshadowing.
To show of the chain events which are to come from the cause of Lennies inability to control his strength and that they will advance to more dangerous each time.
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Why does Steinbeck include loneliness in 'Of Mice and Men'?
Steinbeck was a ranch worker himself and he understood how ranch workers were very lonely men as they were travelling.Steinbeck included loneliness in the novel to make it as realistic as possible
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How was dream significant to the novel as a whole?
although society was divided with sexism, ageism, racism etc and almost everyone was segregated to one another, everybody still had a dream and usually it was the American dream to create their own ranch
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Why was Crooks cruel to Lennie?
Crooks faced racism every day and he became a lonely and cold character. In revenge to the poor treatment from other people, feeling like he had authority over Lennie he found it amusing to torture him.
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Describe how Steinbeck uses the technique of foreshadowing.

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To show of the chain events which are to come from the cause of Lennies inability to control his strength and that they will advance to more dangerous each time.

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Why does Steinbeck include loneliness in 'Of Mice and Men'?

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Card 4

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How was dream significant to the novel as a whole?

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Card 5

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Why was Crooks cruel to Lennie?

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