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Dreams and Ambitions In the novel Of Mice And Men by John Steinbeck, the plot is based on dreams and ambitions. All the characters in the book have ambitions that they would like to have. George and Leanie’s dream is to own their own farm and have freedom. Curly’s dream is to being a professional boxer and Curly Wife’s dream is to be a famous actor. People who have nothing dream of little things but people who have enough need to dream of more. Therefore, people’s dreams and ambitions are an important part of this book. The plot of Mice and Men is shaped by Georges and Leanie’s ambitions. Their dream and goal is to earn enough money so that they can buy their own farm. The two are tired of traveling around trying to look for work. They do not want to be told what to do. Although that is their dream, George does not believe that it will happen and has to tell it like a fairy tale to Leanie. Therefore, the whole plot is based on the two companion’s dreams.
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