Of Mice and Men Revision Guide (Section 3)

Of Mice and Men Revision Guide (Section 3)


P: Slim realises that Lennie has a mental disability and the mind of a child. He agrees to give Lennie one of his new puppies.

E: ‘I would of had to drowned most of ‘em anyways.’

E: The reference to the drowning of the puppies, shows that only the strong can survive in both nature and the harsh environment at the ranch during the American Depression. It symbolises the difficulties of thriving in America during the economic depression after the Wall Street Crash.

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