Of Mice And Men

By John Steinbeck

Summary of, Of Mice And Men

The story Of Mice And men is a good story. This story is all about two guys. The two guys are George and Lennie. Two friends closer then brothers. George and Lennie had decided that they wanted to do there own thing and live on a farm just for them. On their journey they meet new people to help them on the way. The people they met were nice to them. A man named Candy who had one hand decided that he wanted to go with George and Lenny to get their farm. He offered to give the boys most of the money he had from all the jobs hes done. Lennie's mentally challenged, and George helps him with everything. Their moving away to live off the grid, and run their own lives. George wants to grow food, and Lennie wants to have a bunny farm.

Author John Steinbeck

John Steinbeck is an author who rote many of stories, but one he's most recognized for is Of Mice And Men. John was born February 27th, 1902. He died December 20th,1968. Other books he's known for are To a God Unknown, and The Long Valley.

Theme Analysis

This story is about the hardships in life and how sometimes when things go wrong the best things to do are the hardest

"I remember about the rabbits, George." "The hell with the rabbits. That's all you can ever remember is them rabbits." (18-19)