Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck
In Of Mice and Men John Steinbeck used the theme of loneliness to show that loneliness is unhealthy, and dangerous to a persons well being. He used the death Candy's Dog to symbolize the fate waiting for anyone who has outlived their purpose. Animal Imagery is used when Lennie drank like a horse from the stream. This caused the reader to imagine a huge man with the mind of a child. Foreshadowing occurred when Lennie and George had to hide in the irrigation ditch, because he wouldn't let go of the girl's red dress.
Imagery is the use of descriptive words to show the reader in detail what th…
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