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Of Mice and Men SYMBOLS -- John Steinbeck's "Of Mice and Men" ... from 60second Recap®

[ Sound like a genius ... in 60 seconds.? http://www.60secondrecap.com ] There's no symbol shortage in "Of Mice and Men," but there is one symbol that looms over them all—the farm that George describes to Lennie (and anyone else who will listen). In Steinbeck's story, the farm represents more than a business opportunity. For George and Lennie, the farm represents a promised land of economic freedom. It also represents an impossible dream—this being "Of Mice and Men." As for 60second Recap?, it represents the chance to stage a silly song-and-dance act with a pitchfork.
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