OF MICE AND MEN: THE QUIZ !

Test your knowledge on the themes of "Of Mice and Men" here! :') 

Why was the death of Candy's dog significant in the novel?
Because it foreshadows Lennie's death- the dog is killed to be put out of it's misery, just like Lennie
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Lennie and George disturb the peacefulness of the brush when they arrive. Why has Steinbeck done this?
It is a metaphor for how the lifestyle of mankind is destroying the beauty of nature
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Why is Crooks presented like this?
He is lonely because he is discriminated against
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A pigeon flies through an open window soon after the death of Curley's Wife. What is this symbolic of?
It is symbolic of the fact that death is a release for Curley's Wife, whom is now free.
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What important event takes place throughout Chapter 4?
The four loneliest characters in the novel meet in Crooks barn, where we get insights into there lives.
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Why might it be argued that dreams are presented as futile in "Of Mice and Men"?
Because not a single character with a dream ends up achieving it.
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Lennie and George disturb the peacefulness of the brush when they arrive. Why has Steinbeck done this?

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It is a metaphor for how the lifestyle of mankind is destroying the beauty of nature

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Why is Crooks presented like this?

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A pigeon flies through an open window soon after the death of Curley's Wife. What is this symbolic of?

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What important event takes place throughout Chapter 4?

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Abby

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this is reallly useful - thanks =D

Molly

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WOO, 100%!!!

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