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dc.contributor.authorSteinbeck, John-
dc.identifier.citationSTEINBECK, John. Of mice and men. New York: Modern Library, 1965. p. 1-52.pt_BR
dc.description.abstractIntroduce a controversial tale of friendship and tragedy during the Great Depression They are an unlikely pair: George is "small and quick and dark of face"; Lennie, a man of tremendous size, has the mind of a young child. Yet they have formed a "family," clin ging together in the face of loneliness and alienation. Laborers in California´s dusty vegetable fields, they hustle work when they can, living a hand-to-mouth existence. For George and Lennie have a plan: to own an acre of land and a shack they can call their own. When they land jobs on a ranch in the Salinas Valley, the fulfillment of their dream seems to be within their grasp. But even George cannot guard Lennie from the provocations of a flirtatious woman, nor predict the consequences of Len nie´s unswerving obedience to the things George taught him.pt_BR
dc.publisherModern Librarypt_BR
dc.subjectLiteratura estrangeirapt_BR
dc.subjectLiteratura - Teatropt_BR
dc.titleOf mice and menpt_BR
dc.typeBook chapterpt_BR
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