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The american dream in of mice and men
In the novella of mice and men the author, Steinbeck, is portraying the failure of the American dream during the great depression in the late nineteen thirties. The American dream dates from the early settlements that were forming in the early sixteen hundreds with the colonization of the new world. This dream came from the people fleeing from difficulties in their own countries and seeking a new and better life in America. They believed that America was the land of opportunity and by leaving Europe they would be better off. America was the land of opportunity where they would be able to o…
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