Woman and a Dog Puppy

Having read Of Mice and Men I was extremely fascinated by the captivating story of a combination f two totally different guys. It is written by John Steinbeck. The story begins from a river where these two men, Lennie Small, a big and strong man who never remembers anything and his best friend George who always helps Lennie and often gets angry at him too.

Lennie and George are going to be working at a farm to get money for buying their own farm which is their biggest dream. The life and working at the farm is not that easy as they think and finally they have to escape from there. The book ends sadly. By killing Lennie, George changes the whole story, the confidence disappears.

Of Mice and Men is quite a short book and quite a meaningless story in the big picture. On the other hand it offers many feelings and consequences and is easy to read.


4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Suvi Szeto
    Nov 20, 2010 @ 12:35:18

    You got jolly good reviw. You tell the plot plainly and it raise my interest. I think that theres even too much plot information… Perhaps you can write more your opinion next time.


  2. Ms Leino
    Nov 16, 2010 @ 20:06:04

    Oh, I see! That is clever, at least it intrigued me 🙂


  3. Ms Leino
    Nov 15, 2010 @ 18:45:32

    What do you mean by the title? Who is this woman?


    • Konsta
      Nov 16, 2010 @ 16:08:47

      The tittle was kind of a mindgame. These two characters only visited in the background of the story and with them the title became a little bit disturbing which could lead people to read the book if their interest had raised. The woman is farm-owner’s son’s wife who was accidently killed by Lennie.


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