Of Mice and Men

who is refered to as the mice and as the men

Please help.. who are the mice in the story and who is are the men!



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its just name after a poem... and the theme of the poem is that all plans do not work out

Yes, in the poem the mice are literally mice. In the story the mice symoblise the weak and rejected: Candy, Lennie, Curly'S wife, the rat's , the pups that slim kill right away.

The Men are the people in power; Curly, George....


i dont think it has to do with that at all..

it just has to do with plans not working out

like in the poem "To a Mouse" by Robbie Burns

It has to do with that as well.

Most of the characters in Of Mice and Men admit, at one point or another, to dreaming of a different life. Before her death, Curley's wife confesses her desire to be a movie star. Crooks, bitter as he is, allows himself the pleasant fantasy of hoeing a patch of garden on Lennie's farm one day, and Candy latches on desperately to George's vision of owning a couple of acres. Before the action of the novel begins, circumstances have robbed most of the characters of these wishes.

This is also what it is about.

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