Premiul Nobel pentru Literatura Soareci si oameni, unul dintre romanele clasice ale literaturii secolului trecut, este o poveste cu nuante parabolice despre . Get Instant Access to Soareci Si Oameni Romanian By John Steinbeck # EPUB KINDLE PDF EBOOK. Read. Download Online Soareci. Șoareci și oameni has 1 rating and 1 review. Bianca said: O poveste despre speranță, naivitate, prietenie, sărăcie, neputință, nedreptate.
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. The compelling story of two outsiders striving to find their place in an unforgiving world.
Drifters in search of work, George and his simple-minded friend Lennie have nothing in the world except each other and a dream–a dream that one day they will have some land of their own. Soarei see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Shouldn’t this book be a bestseller? David Schaafsma I think Of Mice and Men IS still a bestseller, in that it is still read widely in schools, so that means a lot of copies are sold.
But then, as others …more I think Of Mice and Men IS still a bestseller, in that it is still read widely in schools, so that means a lot of copies are sold. But then, as others have pointed out, it is an older book, so it is surprising to see people widely still read it outside of school.
As to “should” I guess with its focus on kindness, and particularly kindness to xi poor and migratory people, I sure wish it were read as widely as possible. Rimi well, Lennie had parents but they died but he also had a aunt Clara who was taking care of him and she told George to make a promise that to take care …more well, Lennie had parents but they died but he also had a aunt Clara who was taking care of him and she told George to make a promise that to take care soaredi him when soardci is gone.
Lennie used to be George childhood friend. Lists with Omaeni Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Mice enthusiasts will come away disappointed.
This got me thinking about other novel titles.
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You fespre have to say that such books as The Slap, The Help, The Great Gatsby, Gangsta Granny, Mrs Dalloway and Hamlet pameni very good titles because they are all about a slap, some help, a Gatsby who was really great, a no good granny, a woman who was married to a guy called Dalloway and a Hamlet. I have no problem with those titles.
But you may be poring over the pages of To Kill a Mockingbird for a long fruitless evening to find any mockingbirds coming to any harm at all.
Indeed, to coin a phrase, no mockingbirds were harmed during the making of that book. Perhaps he completed the book and left the title to the very last minute and died as he was writing it down.
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Same thing with The Crimson Petal and the White. And what about The Dharma Bums? I think a Cigarette or You Out is clearly missing from that title. Another grossly misleading title is Women in Desprf. And what about Call oamenj Sleep? Of course, I may have got that wrong. Some other titles I would give low ratings to: It was nothing like that. View all comments. Miranda Beer The title is from a poem by Robert Burns turns out its totally relevant to the whole genre!
Dec 16, The title is foreshadowing the story line. When Lennie was a boy his aunt would give him nice to pet because he liked petting soft things. However, he would end so killing them in the end because he would pet them too hard.
In this situation, the wife is the mouse and Lennie is the man. Continuing on, Lennie runs away but is tracked by the men from the ranch. In this instance, Lennie is the mouse and the men from the ranch are the men. Overall, the title of this book symbolizes the relationship between mice, who have little power or defense, against men, who are stronger and end up killing the mice.
I needed a quick read because I stupidly forgot that the library would be closed yesterday for Veteran’s Day. I’d exhausted my current supply, and I ei a short term fix to hold me until I soqreci get some new product today. So I grabbed Of Mice and Men off the bookshelf last night. And I’m glad I did because I’d soarei remembered that this was a depressing book. How wrong I was!
Oh, sure there were some tense moments like when you think Lennie will accidently hurt Curley’s wife in the barn. Wh I needed a quick read because I stupidly forgot that the library would be closed yesterday for Veteran’s Day.
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What a relief when George and Candy come in at the last minute and stop anything bad from happening! And isn’t it nice that the scare changes both Curley and his wife so that they have a much better marriage and new appreciation for each other. Plus, it leads to the great moment oamen Curley is so grateful that he fronts George, Lennie and Candy the money to finally buy the ranch of their dreams.
Oh, and that last scene with George and Candy on the porch of their new home while Lennie tends the pameni brought a tear to my osmeni. What’s that you say? I got the ending wrong? No, I’m quite certain this is what happened. I can’t hear you! View all 24 comments. Well, somehow I’ve managed to read close to books by now, and none of those had been Of Mice and Men.
That has been remedied now, and I’m feeling emotionally drained by it. I suppose pretty much everyone knows the heartbreaking story of Lennie and George. I oamsni relatively ‘unspoiled’ and still knew what happened in the end. I just did not know how or why, but figured out those pretty quickly into the book. And still that did soateci help the sense of impending doom that was like one prot Well, somehow I’ve managed to read close to books by now, and none of those had been Of Mice and Men.
And still that did not help the sense of impending doom that was like one protracted gut punch. I think that says something about the masterful writing – where the story takes over so much that you keep reading despite the clear sense of where it is going, without having to rely on suspense or twists – instead, going forward just on the impact of the story itself ” I ought to of shot that dog myself, George.
I shouldn’t ought to of let no stranger shoot my dog. And I have seen first-hand what Steinbeck describes in Of Mice and Men – the childlike vulnerability and innocence often combined with physical strength, just waiting for something bad to happen. The children we took care of – some of which topped my 5’3” frame by a foot or so and outweighed me by a good hundred pounds but despite that a few times I had to physically put myself on between them and a smaller child – had, unlike Lennie, the society that is determined to protect them.
They were luckier than poor George’s charge. But I could not help but picture some of them, who have forever secured spots in my heart, in place of Lennie Small, feeling nothing but dread and sadness. Lennie, who is as innocent as one gets, and yet as much of a unwilling menace as one can be. And it was soul-crushing. I think the impact of this story was that it did not have me taking sides.
I felt bad for Lennie. I felt sad for George and what he had to do. And I felt bad for the whole bunch of men who had names and stories, and a woman who got one but not the other.
I s’pose you’re glad. Ever’body knowed you’d mess things up. You wasn’t no good. You ain’t no good now, you lousy tart. The woman who had no name except for the possessive one of her husband whose property – and therefore trouble for everyone else – she was viewed as.
It seemed that she was the one getting the blame, not as much the crazy volatile husband of hers. At least that’s the nagging feeling I got from this story, from the way her character was handled, from the way it was repeatedly stated that a ‘tart’ like her meant trouble for a man.
Blame-the-victim mentality does not sit well with me, and I can’t help but think that Steinbeck did that. This book is definitely a classic with a profound impact on the reader, ei short read that is in no way easy.
It deserves the fame and recognition that it has enjoyed for quite a few years. View all 80 comments. Georgia Martine I gave the book the same rating for the same ssi. After her death the entirety of the novel focused on making the reader feel really sorry for Lenn I gave the book the same rating for the same reason. After her death the entirety of the novel focused on making the reader feel really sorry for Lennie, and really sorry for George who has to kill his friend.
And we’re probably supposed to draw parallels between Candy and his old dog too and feel extra sad. In actuality it invoked memories of Weinstein apologists, deepre it really got my goat. Emily It was the characters who had the “blame the victim” mentality. You need to understand that just because Steinbeck wrote that his characters felt like It was the characters who had the “blame the victim” mentality.
You need to understand that just because Steinbeck wrote that his characters felt like that, doesn’t mean that they were HIS personal views. I remember reading this at school at being completely uninterested in the story.