The American Dream For The Mice Of Men Book And Movie And How They Are Connected La Eassy Eassy

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10 June 2016
Truth Of America
When people think that their American Dream can be achieved, they are incorrect to what the American Dream is. In the Great Gatsby it is how someone could chase one girl if you love her even if she’s married. Of Mice and Men it is base in the 1920’s so they are saying that making money and owning a home. Anna Quindlen’s essay is talking about the American Dream being able to work a job even if they are not of the white community. Fitzgerald and Steinbeck both are trying to tell audience that people can fight for the American Dream but it can never successfully completed. In Anna Quindlen’s essay shows how there are a lot of different kinds of people that work in making the country greater they can try to achieve, but may fail and things them from achieving their American Dream.
Frist off Of Mice and Men shows us that there are a lot of things that can stop us from achieving the American Dream. In the movie George is always telling many people about the farm they are wanting to get with the money they get.When Lennie had killed Curley's wife he had to run and so Lennie got shoot by George so that they don’t keep changing farm (Sinise, Of Mice and Men). That Lennie and George are fighting against the way that curly is stopping Lennie and that he killed his wife. That george and Lennie just cannot keep there job. That in “Of Mice and Men”, they were showing That there are a lot of things that could make them not achieve the American Dream.
In The Great Gatsby they are trying to show that you can chase one thing but it cannot always work out. Daisy and Gatsby are meeting after a long time of not being there to love each other. “She turned her head...

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