Of Mice and Men Chapter 4
A description of Chapter of "Of Mice and Men" by John Steinbeck
"In one hand he held of liniment, and with the other he rubbed his spine."
"Noiselessly Lennie appeared in the open doorway and stood there looking in"
"Come on in and set a while"
Slavery was abolished in America in 1865.
"Candy stood in the doorway scratching his bald wrist and looking blindly into the lightened room"
Louisiana bans most black people from having the right to vote in 1898.
"They swung their heads towards the door. Looking in was Curley's Wife."
Of Mice and Men is published across America.
"Crooks sat on his bunk and looked at the door for a moment,
Hattie McDaniel is the first black person to win an Academy Award. Best Supporting Actress for Gone with the Wind 1939.
A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry debuts on Broadway in 1959.
The Color Purple by Alice Walker is published in 1982.
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