How Does Steinbeck Use Foreshadowing In Of Mice And Men

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MURDER ? In "Of Mice and Men," written by John Steinbeck, George and Lennie are workers in California. They have a hard journey to the farm they are meant to work on. George has always had a dream of owning his own farm with Lennie and not having to work for someone else, but have laborers working for them. When they arrive at the farm, Lennie is automatically drawn to a very sneaky woman that remains nameless throughout the book. The woman is characterized by the other men as having 'the eye" for every man on the ranch. The woman is married to Curley, the hot-headed son of the boss. Lennie is mentally challenged and does not realize his own strength. Throughout the entire book there is foreshadowing of Lennie's accidental killing
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