One can draw conclusions based on what they read, but that person may never prevent others from reading that information.
One can warn others about the impacts of information, but that person should respect the right to read of others.
Lennie would then be able to tend rabbits on his own without fear of danger.
This is one of the most compelling symbols in Of Mice and Men, for it depicts the desire to acquire freedom, self-reliance, and protect among cruelties in the world (“Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck”).
Racism not only occurred in the United States, but it also appeared internationally.
Japanese believed that they were superior and then massacred different ethnicities in Southern Asia; the Nazis annihilated eleven millions innocent people simply because these people were inferior to the Aryan.
Yet love and friendship fill George with energy and hope to breach through any obstacles the two confront on their way.
Moreover, George usually tells Lennie about their little cozy place, where they would build a little shack, raise livestock, grow trees after they finish their one-month shift.
John Steinbeck’s novel, Of Mice and Men, has a controversial history. The Lost Portion of Human Society Right from the beginning of human civilization, books had become the vital flame that ignited many great achievements.
Use your three body paragraphs to develop each of three reasons for or against banning the novel.