Of Mice and Men Chapter 1
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I could pet it with my thumb. pg 6.
What you want of a dead mouse anyways pg 6
"George why ain't we goin on to the ranch and get some supper?" pg 8
"No reason at all for you I like it here" pg 8
George. George! I was only foolin'. I don't want no ketchup. pg13
Whatta you want? pg 13
Lets have different colored rabbits George. pg 17
Sure we will George. Red and green and blue. pg 17
There's enough beans for four men
I like them with ketchup
Depictions of the setting help the reader visualize the scenes themselves. They also help the reader connect certain scenes to an event in their life. They also enhance the reading to make the story more interesting. With no setting the story would have no meaning.
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