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STEINBECK-112th BIRTHDAY-HISTORY OF THE DUST BOWL: "OF MICE AND MEN"

STEINBECK-112th BIRTHDAY-HISTORY OF THE DUST BOWL: "OF MICE AND MEN"
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'Of Mice and Men' is a novel written by Nobel Prize-winning author John Steinbeck. It was published in 1937, when the United States was emerging from the Great Depression and the dust bowl. Both of these disasters resulted in a nationwide search for work and food. Near WEED, California, the people walked for miles with packs, or "bundles" on their backs, looking for farm work and a home. John Steinbeck knew these people. George Milton and Lennie Small were two of these displaced migrant workers. The theme of friendship is constant throughout the story.
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