Of Mice and Men Revision Guide (Section 1)

Of Mice and Men Revision Guide (Section 1)


P:  Steinbeck paints a vivid picture of the natural world at the start of the novel in order to create a sense of atmosphere:                                                                                                           

E:  The water is warm too, for it has slipped twinkling over the yellow sands.                     

E:  Steinbeck uses lyrical language including alliteration the ‘water is warm’ and personification, ‘it has slipped twinkling over the yellow sands.’ to describe the setting of the natural world. This brings the natural world alive in the imagination of the reader.

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