Where did Steinbeck the athour Of Mice and Men get the title of the book mice and men'?
Why did John Steinbeck call it of mice and men? The Title comes from the late Robbie Burns poem which goes like this: The best laid schemes o' Mice an' Men
Did Ernest Hemingway use the Robert Burns quote the best laid plans 'Of Mice and Men' oft go astray for his book title?
No. Of Mice and Men was written by Steinbeck.
John Steinbeck is the author of the book 'Of Mice and Men'.
Of mice and men
John Steinbeck was the author of "Of Mice and Men"
The character was based on real character the book is what happen and Steinbeck is Slim in the book
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John Steinbeck John Steinbeck wrote the novel Of Mice and Men! He wrote the book in 1937! It was based on the located of salinas valley! He was born in Feb. 1902 and died in Dec. 1968!
because he likes men.
Two of them are: 'Of Mice and Men' and 'The Grapes of Wrath'
It is a novel written by John Steinbeck
The Grapes of Wrath Of mice and men
This would probably be "Of Mice and Men".
I hav no clue!
John Steinbeck wrote Of Mice and Men in 1937 and the book Red Pony.
John Steinbeck, the author, wrote Of Mice and Men as a short story, not a book. It is a parable.
John Steinbeck worked in the summer on a ranch. He was a ranch hand. The time spent there inspired his book "Of Mice and Men."
John Steinbeck was born on February 27, 1902,in Salinas Valley, California. This is where he also set his book "of Mice and Men"
The title originates from the poem 'To a Mouse' by Robert Burns. It roughly translates into 'no matter how carefully we plan the future, things often go wrong', and refers to the American Dream, and how the characters in the book are all chasing that dream but none of them get it.
Curley's wife, she does not have a name though :-)
From the book Of mice and men by John Steinbeck Chapter three Relate George's description of the farm to the novels thematic subject of a romantic Eden Is it realistic?
From the book Of mice and men by John Steinbeck, Chapter three, George's description of the farm to the novel's thematic subject of a romantic Eden is actually realistic.
If you are talking about the John Steinbeck book Of Mice And Men, then Lennie like mice because he likes how things feel. He likes soft things like mice puppies and hair.
John Steinbeck won the Pulitzer Prize for Novels for his book The Grapes of Wrath in 1940. His novella, Of Mice and Men, never won a Pulitzer but did receive a 1938 Drama Critics' Circle Award.
Home. Or "The Pastures of Heaven", the title of a book he wrote about Salinas.
you can go to the athour
Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck. A bit depressing but it's a good read.
the title of the book is and alliteration because an M and and M are in the title or sentence.
On the Beach by Nevil Shute Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck On the Road by Jack Kerouac Our Lady of Darkness by Fritz Leiber On Writing by Stephen King The Outsiders S.E. Hinton One Hundred Years of Solitude G.G. Marquez
The Red Pony, East of Eden, Of Mice and Men, The Grapes of Wrath, to name just a few.
It isn't in my school, but if you are not in high school it is probably because the book contains adult content
The Odyssey by Homer; Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck; The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway; Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens; On the Street Where You Live by Mary Higgins Clark; Only by Winston Groom Our Mutual Friend by Charles Dickens and The Overlook by Michael Connelly are book titles.
John Steinbeck wrote his book 'of mice and men' during the wall street crash which was a very bad recession.
Do you mean some of his book titles? East of Eden Of mice and men The Grapes of Wrath The Pearl The Pearl Of Mice and Men The Grapes of Wrath East of Eden
No. Of Mice and Men is a book written by John Steinbeck. Steinbeck was born and raised in and around Salinas, California. The book "Of Mice and Men" is also set in the same general area: Soledad, CA. The two main characters, Lennie Small and George Milton are migrant workers on the move, presumably from Weed, in search of another job and the ultimate dream of having a farm of their own. The story never… Read More
Of Mice and Men, East of Eden, Cannery Row (Monterrey), Sweet Thursday (Monterrey).
She was given no name by Steinbeck in the book, she's simply referred to a Curley's Wife almost like she is his property.
· Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck · (The) Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway · Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens · On the Street Where You Live by Mary Higgins Clark · Only by Winston Groom · Our Mutual Friend by Charles Dickens · The Overlook by Michael Connelly
The title of Steinbecks book comes from a poem by the Scotsman Robert Burnes. It's called 'To a mouse', and the line that the title comes from, when roughly translated into modern English is; 'The best laid plans of mice and men often go astray'. It means that how all the planning in the world, is rendered useless eventually. Incidentally, this would be the key theme of the book.
Steinbeck used the title from Robert Burn's poem "To a Mouse". He used 'Of Mice and Men' from the lines: "The best laid schemes o' mice an' men Gang aft agley," meaning, the best laid scheme of mice and men often go awry. George and Lenny had a plan to live a better life and 'live off the fatta' the land' by going to a new ranch and saving as much money as possible. But… Read More
I think it was Harry Baker who wrote the book NOT John Steinbeck, so get it right next time Please!!! _________________________________________________________________ Who ever wrote ^ this above me is a retard. It was John Steinbeck you dumbshit, you're disrespecting the educated society by saying that.
The English equivalent of the Latin phrase 'murum et virorum' is the following: of mice and men. The word-by-word translation is as follows: 'murum' means 'of mice'; 'et' means 'and'; 'virorum' means 'of men'. The pronunciation is the following: MOO-ruhm eht vih-ROH-ruhm. The English phrasing is used in the title of a book by American author John Ernst Steinbeck III [February 27, 1902-December 20, 1968]. Steinbeck himself borrowed the title from the poem, 'To a… Read More
The title "Of Mice and Men" refers to a strong theme presented in the book. It represents the weak vs the strong.
Of Mice and Men, (1937) was never awarded a Pulitzer Prize. The novella won the New York Drama Critics' Circle Award in 1938. Steinbeck's later book, The Grapes of Wrath, (1939) won the Pulitzer Prize for Novels in 1940. Steinbeck was also awarded the 1962 Nobel Prize for Literature for his entire body of work, which would include Of Mice and Men.
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The title of the book comes from the poem "To A Mouse" by Robert Burns. The title refers to the main characters and their relationship to the world. Is it better to be a mouse (Lennie) with no understanding of your own mortality? Or is it better to be a man who suffers with that wisdom? It is ironic that the strong man in the story is the "mouse" and that George is so much… Read More
Curley's wife is a character that can be found in the book , "Of Mice and Men" by John Steinbeck. The movie about this book was in black and white, but was darker in color. The book described her hair as looking as sausages. It may have been brown.
John Steinbeck received mixed reviews for his most recognised novel, of mice and men. The Sunday times described the book as Knuckle-whitening... However due to the books rough language, e.g the b-word or sl*t, there was an outcry and one source even described it as having no literary value. This book is now read in most secondary schools nation and maybe even worldwide.
"to a mouse" by Robert Burns because it's similar to the book and that's where the book actually got its name from or its original title, " Something that Happened".
There are a ton of reasons for why Of Mice and Men was banned. It has a lot of cursing and swearing, tons of violence, and a disturbing ending. But there are so many more than just that; take a look here for even more: http://www.shmoop.com/intro/literature/john-steinbeck/of-mice-and-men.html