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Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck is composed of four major themes These themes are the value of dreams and goals moral responsibility social injustice and the bond of friendship and loyalty The value of dreams and goals are that they provide hope and the desire to keep going in life rather than lying down to die When Lennie is feeling depressed in the woods he asks George to tell him about the dream farm again This is the farm that George and Lennie hope to own someday Even though this dream seems almost impossible at the time it still generates enough hope to keep Lennie and George going When George starts talking bout it Lennie gets excited and happy and so does George Another example of the power of dreams is when Candy over hears George and Lennies dream farm and becomes a part of the dream Candy progresses from a depressed sad attitude to a cheerful excited one He now has hope of doing something and it came from the dream farm A final example of the value of dreams and goals is when Crooks hears of the farm Crooks is a lonely black man who has no future but when he starts to think of how he can be a part of the dream he also gets happy and excited until his dream is crushed Many people of good character have to honor certain moral responsibilities George is bond by his own conciseness to take care of Lennie No one makes him do it he does it because it feel like the right thing to do Candy felt like he neglected his moral responsibility to shoot his own dog Candy felt poor inside because it was his job to shoot his dog but instead Carlson shot him This shows that when a person goes against what is morally right to them they hate themselves for it At the end of the
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