Of Mice and Men
Through Of Mice and Men, Steinbeck was able to create a novel that depicts and exposes the poverty, homelessness, hunger, and unemployment that characterized the Great Depression. In this American classic, Steinbeck explores themes such as friendship, sexism, racism, and euthanasia, which are as relevant today as when the novel was first written.
Most important to the novel is the ideal of settling down to make a better life -- the essence of the American Dream that pervades the novel. Because of Steinbeck's Naturalist style of writing, Of Mice and Men is an especially versatile novel that is accessible to students at all levels of learning.
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