· 1) The two main characters in the book “Of Mice and Men” are George and Lenny. George is a small man who guides and cares for Lennie. Lennie is a big and beefy migrant worker, and is cared for by George because of his mental disability.
· (1) The characters were realistically developed in that they didn't have any unnatural powers nor did they have unusual or abnormal jobs. (George and Lennie). They were both migrant workers who moved from farm to farm to do seasonal working and that was very realistic for that time period.
· (2) One of the major conflicts of “Of Mice and Men” is Man vs Man, because one of the main problems in this story is George and Lennie’s relationship.
· (2) George is always going on the run with Lennie, while Lennie doesn’t realize how much trouble he is always causing. This is creating external problems because Lennie is unaware that he is constantly causing problems.
· (2) What’s causing internal problems is that George also has a commitment to protect Lennie. But George always has the choice to abandon Lennie, but George is smart enough to know, that he needs someone to guide him ever since his Aunt Clara passed away.
· (2) I would say that this story is very realistic because having two migrant workers was very realistic back in the 1930’s during the Great Depression. The book takes place in Soledad California which is also realistic place, a bunkhouse, farm which are all very realistic.
· (3) The structure “Of Mice and Men” actually added interest for me in the book. When the author uses exceptional language at the end of every chapter this makes (personally me) the reader want to carry on reading further. For instance on page 16 when Steinbeck says “The red light dimmed on the coals. Up the hills from the river a coyote yammered, and a dog answered from the other side of the stream. The sycamore leaves whispered in little night breeze.”
· (3) When I first read this quote I had absolutely no...