Of Mice and Men Questions 1. Why does George "take so much trouble for another guy"? 2.

Why does George shoot Lennie? 3. Why is the dream recited repeatedly? 4. What does Slim mean when he says, "A guy got to sometimes”? 5. Is Curley's wife to blame for Lennie's death? 6. How is the theme of loneliness developed in the novel? 7. Discuss the significance of the title used by Steinbeck? 8. Discuss the ironies in Of Mice and Men. 9. What is the meaning of the book's title? 10. Paying attention to the long descriptive passages at the beginning of each section, discuss the ways in which the novel is similar to a theatrical play. Do these similarities strengthen or weaken the novel? How?

Of Mice and Men Questions 1. Why does George "take so much trouble for another guy"? 2. Why does George shoot Lennie? 3. Why is the dream recited repeatedly? 4. What does Slim mean when he says, "A guy got to sometimes”? 5. Is Curley's wife to blame for Lennie's death? 6. How is the theme of loneliness developed in the novel? 7. Discuss the significance of the title used by Steinbeck? 8. Discuss the ironies in Of Mice and Men. 9. What is the meaning of the book's title? 10. Paying attention to the long descriptive passages at the beginning of each section, discuss the ways in which the novel is similar to a theatrical play. Do these similarities strengthen or weaken the novel? How?

Of Mice and Men Questions 1. Why does George "take so much trouble for another guy"? 2. Why does George shoot Lennie? 3. Why is the dream recited repeatedly? 4. What does Slim mean when he says, "A guy got to sometimes”? 5. Is Curley's wife to blame for Lennie's death? 6. How is the theme of loneliness developed in the novel? 7. Discuss the significance of the title used by Steinbeck? 8. Discuss the ironies in Of Mice and Men. 9. What is the meaning of the book's title? 10. Paying attention to the long descriptive passages at the beginning of each section, discuss the ways in which the novel is similar to a theatrical play. Do these similarities strengthen or weaken the novel? How?

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