Of Mice and Men

Of Mice and Men

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  • Protagonist vs. Antagonist 
  • Narration POV  
  • I feel ashamed...
  • Type of Conflict 
  • In the novel Of Mice and Men, the setting of the story is a ranch in Soledad, California (1). The protagonist is George (on the left) he tries to keep Lennie safe (4). The antagonist of the novel is Curley (on the right) because he tries to stop George from keeping Lennie safe (27). In chapter 2, characters introduced are Candy and Slim. Candy looked helplessly and was lonely (45) . Slim has confidence and is very tough (39).
  • In the novel Of Mice and Men, the narration point of view is Third Person Omniscient. This is so because the narrator of the novel knows the everything about the characters thoughts and feelings. On page 7, it states that George's anger left him and he felt ashamed. This shows that the narrator knows how George is feeling and how the character doesn't know what he is feeling.
  • The type of conflict Of Mice and Men is the external conflict person vs. person. It is person vs. person because Lennie (on the left) was being attacked by Curley of him being big and dumb (14). Curley to want to start a fight with Lennie, but George tells him to fight back.
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