Of Mice and Men

Of Mice And Men

Why foes Shienbeck write using a specific dialect in chapter 2?

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I think the dialect creates a connection between the reader and the setting. Steinbeck wanted to create a sense of realism that reflected Salinas Valley of California in the 1930's. Giving the men real accents also adds to the tone and mood of the novel.