The Significance Of The Scene In John Steinbeck's Of Mice And Men

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In the novel Of Mice and Men, the scene represented in the diorama is when Lennie just got finished having a vision about the giant rabbit declaring that George is going to abandon him all alone and then scampered back into Lennie’s brain as George is quietly approaching out of the brush. I consider this scene that I created is significant to the novel because this is the scene to which Lennie passes away, caused by George. Yes, the death of Curley’s wife, due to Lennie’s strength and nervousness, was something major that lead to the cause of the occurrence, but in this scene, it is to which George’s thoughts were accurately correct in taking out Carlson’s Luger and handling it well. In this diorama it consists of two men, one kneeling, facing

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