"Of Mice and Men" by John Steinback
George and Lennie are two men, who share a dream; that one day they may buy a home of their own. There Lennie will be able to take care of the rabbits. Although Lennie has the body of a man, he has the mind of a child.
The two men arrive on a ranch near the town of Soledad, where they are about to start work as barley buckers. On arriving there, they meet Candy, an old one-handed man who mops the floor, and Curley. Curley is the Boss' son, and immediately hates Lennie because of his size. George realizes that Curley will undoubtedly cause trouble for them. After the two men are hired by…
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