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Writing about Of Mice and Men. Hero or Anti-hero – One of the topics you may choose regarding the novel is about George’s character. Get your idea first For example: Even as an executioner, George was caring for Lennie in a way. Then find a passage that supports it.

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writing about of mice and men

Writing about Of Mice and Men

Hero or Anti-hero – One of the topics you may choose regarding the novel is about George’s character.

Get your idea first

For example: Even as an executioner, George was caring for Lennie in a way.

Then find a passage that supports it.

For example: The reader knows that George is upset by having to shoot Lennie because he is described as having a hand that, “…shook violently”(106).

another topic you may choose is dreams
Another topic you may choose is dreams…..

Get your idea first

For example: Curley’s wife has a dream of her own.

Then find a passage that supports it.

For example: She states, “Coulda been in the movies, an’ had nice clothes…could sat in them big hotels, an’ had pitchers took of me”(89).

and another topic is lonliness
And another topic is lonliness….

Get your idea first

For example: Crooks is lonely.

Then find a passage that supports it.

For example: He says, “I ain’t wanted in the bunk house,” which helps the reader understand why Crooks wants so badly to be in with Lennie and George on their dream(68).