OF MICE AND MEN by John Steinbeck


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OF MICE AND MEN by John Steinbeck


Steinbeck’s own stage version of his classic novel tells the story of George and Lenny, the fast-talking farm hand and the simple giant who accompanies him on a life of casual labour in the California Agricultural Belt of the 1930’s. They share a dream of a little place of their own, where Lenny can tend the rabbits and they can “live off the fat of the land”. But when Lenny unwittingly kills the young wife of a farm owner’s son, George must shatter their dreams to keep Lenny from falling into the hands of the law and the vigilante farm hands bent on revenge.

Published by Josef Weinberger

90 pages

Condition; As New

Weight 0.180 kg