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Isolation in Of Mice and Men Analyzes the John Steinbeck novel, Of Mice and Men. Explores the theme of isolation, particularly as it relates to the character of Lennie.
Often overlooked is one's intellectual self. In the story, Of Mice and Men, by John Steinbeck, however, it isn't going unnoticed. Portrayed perfectly as the victim of low intelligence, Lennie is the target for many attacks. It's as if an invisible barrier has been put up, in which he can't be viewed as an equal. This barrier is built by both Lennie's low intelligence and gargantuan size. Lennie is strong in the arm, thick in the head; these two opposing factors do not go well together. It will cause much suffering to both him and others. Lennie's impetuous actions and mental deficiency cau…
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- Isolation in Of Mice and Men Analyzes the John Steinbeck novel, Of Mice and Men. Explores the theme of isolation, particularly as it relates to the character of Lennie.
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