Literary Analysis - Of Mice and Men
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This is an urgent project. You must be available RIGHT NOW to work on this project. You should be able to deliver in the next few hours.
In this 1000-word literary analysis, you must show that in John Steinbeck’s novel Of Mice and Men, Lennie acts like a child.
I will give you a copy of the book and complete instructions regarding the structure to follow. You will have to write four body paragraphs (200 words apiece), each of which focusing on one specific quote (and idea).
These are the quotes I want you to analyse.
Paragraph 1: “Lennie dipped his whole had under, hat and all” (2). (It seems as though Lennie has not considered the fact that his hat will get wet, and possibly ruined, if he dunks his head under water. Like a child, he is behaving impulsively)
Paragraph 2: “Lennie dabbled his big paw in the water and wiggled his fingers so the water arose in little splashes […] ‘Look, George. Look what I done.’” (2).
Paragraph 3: “I turns to Lennie and says, 'Jump in.' An' he jumps. Couldn't swim a stroke.” (20)
Paragraph 4: “George lay back on the sand and crossed his hands under his head, and Lennie imitated him, raising his head to see whether he was doing it right.” (4) (Children often try to imitate adults that they admire)Get free quotes for a project like this
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