Of Mice and Men

of Mice and Men

The novel Of Mice and Men is rich in the use of foreshadowing. Identify and discuss three different uses of foreshadowing in the story.

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The shooting of Candy's dog foreshadows Lennie's death.

The death of the mouse and the death of the puppy foreshadow Curley's wife's death at Lennie's hands.

George's instructions for Lennie to return to the river if he gets into trouble foreshadow that the end of the story will lead him back to where they started.