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"Of Mice and Men" by John Steinbeck A comparison of Slim, Curly, and Crooks
Of Mice and Men
A Comparison of Slim,
Curly, and Crooks
<Tab/>Slim is the "prince of the ranch" (pg. 33) and a man held in the utmost view of respect. When we are first introduced to this character, he is described as a man whose "authority was so great that his word was taken on any subject, be it politics or love... His face was ageless... His ear heard more than was said to him, and his slow speech had overtones not of thought, but of understanding beyond thought." (pg. 33) Past his optimal physical attributes, tall and built, Slim is the most caring man of the bun…
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