Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Contradiction on the Prompt Lennie character is not bad as like anyone can think or take it since the situation that forced him to do so was not intentional. Slim stood beside Lennie even if he murdered Curley wife. Steinbeck committed a lot of troubles compared with George gives the contradiction of the story as narrated by John Steinbeck. Works cited Steinbeck John. Of Mice and Men and the Moon Is Down. Penguin 2010. Van Kirk Susan. CliffsNotes on Of Mice and Men. 12 Feb 2018 </literature/o/of-mice-and-men/of-mice-and-men-at-a-glance>. [...]
Choose ONE of the following prompts and write at least 200 words discussing/responding to the prompt including quotation or direct information from the book Of Mice and Men. (Cite source). 1) Slim says of Lennie,"He's a nice fella," and most of the readers of this novella would probably agree with him. And yet, Lennie kills small mice , his own puppy and, finally, a human being. Explain how and why John Steinbeck created a character of such contradictions. 2) The majority of the characters in Of Mice and Men find meaning by expressing their dreams: George, Lennie, Candy, Crooks, even Curly's wife. Notably absent from this list is a very important character:Slim. What does this suggest about the nature of dreams? How does this help explain Slims lines to George in the final scene?