Tortilla Flat/Of Mice and Men

Tortilla Flat Of Mice and Men None

  • Title: Tortilla Flat/Of Mice and Men
  • Author: John Steinbeck
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 149
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. I did not like the cursing, using the Lord's name in vain and such. There were also references to drinking, prostitution, fighting, stealing, and gambling that I disliked as well. The story lines were alright. The characters in these books were shady, unethical, hence all the above references. The style of the author's writing was excellent, profound drama. I watched my brother play Lennie last year in our local theater group, Great River Players, and the ending moved me to tears, makes you wond [...]

    2. Still my two most favorite stories of all time. Steinbeck's way of seamlessly writing a story makes me feel like I'm sitting in a room with an old friend, drinking a beer and just catching up on our lives.

    3. I really love the way John Steinbeck writes. All the metaphors and descriptive language is incredible, but his choice of topics always irritates me. All of his books are based in California and all are somber, morbid, and generally frustrating. They are very well-written, though.

    4. Steinbeck is one of my all-time favourite authors, doing what so few twentieth-century writers do well, telling men's stories and giving them a voice they would otherwise not find for themselves.

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