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for the farm || an epilogue for "Of Mice and Men"
 
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This video is a possible epilogue for Gary Sinise's 1992 film, Of Mice and Men. It portrays Candy back at the ranch cradling Lennie's puppy in memory of his old dog, Whit cleaning out Lennie's bunk, Curley burrying his wife, and Crooks emptying his savings for the possible farm.
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OF MICE AND MEN Teaser Trailer
 
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In a story about friendship, fate and fortitude, two farmhands wander through California’s Salinas Valley, leaning on each other to find their way in this powerful adaptation of John Steinbeck’s quintessential novel, Of Mice & Men. The esteemed Jenny Lord of The Juilliard School will direct Serenbe favorites Daniel Parvis and Blake Burgess, cast as George and Lennie, the iconic duo of witty small guy and loafing giant. View lush Serenbe, transformed to a working farm of the depression-era dustbowl, with live horses wandering about the rustic barn and stark minimalism artfully at play. The bucolic barn setting lends itself to an interpretation that is all about relationships — stripped of material means and in the direst of circumstances, watch as two men overcome seemingly impossible odds to reach their destinies. June 9–26, 2016 - The Hay Barn at Serenbe
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Of Mice and Men
 
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From the 2011 (Feb. 24th - March 5th) production by Ephrata Performing Arts Center This American masterpiece by John Steinbeck is the story of best friends, George and Lennie, migrant farm workers during the Great Depression, who are trying to save enough money to buy their own small farm. This tale of simple people with simple dreams is one of the most compassionate and moving plays ever written. EPAC is proud to bring our audiences this story of deep friendship between two people trying to survive in a harsh world. Due to mature themes, best enjoyed by audiences aged 15 & up. Sponsored by The Anne Brossman Sweigart Charitable Foundation and the Lancaster Literary Guild.
Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck | OUTTAKES! | 60second Recap®
 
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http://www.60secondrecap.com/study-guide/john-steinbeck-of-mice-and-men-outtakes/ From the cutting room floor ... "Of Mice and Men."
Mink and Dog Catch 26 Rats in a Chicken Coop!
 
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I apologize for the re-upload. Bare with me, YouTube is being stupid again and Demonetizing my videos! My dog Onsa and I catch a bunch of rats with the help of some borrowed mink. If you would like to contribute to my channel, this is a link to my Patreon account. https://www.patreon.com/MinkMan If you would like to buy my book click here.... https://minkenry.wordpress.com/mink-store/
Modern Classics Summarized: 1984
 
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It's the mother of all dystopias! Long before YA dystopia rose to power, before the age of Young Attractive Heroes who Rebel Against The State and Also Find Love, there was just Winston Smith - a middle-aged man in poor health who Rebelled Against The State and Also Found Love. It just ended much less prettily for him. 1984 codified most of the modern dystopia tropes - absolute control of the media, black-bagging people who spoke out, and a lot of popular terms like "doublethink", "big brother", and "thought police". Unfortunately, a lot of those terms got stripped of context and thrown around for the sake of Extra Edge, and as a result they get used a little haphazardly. And there's nothing Red hates more than misused terminology, so here's the video outlining the ORIGINAL meaning of 1984! PATREON: www.patreon.com/user?u=4664797 MERCH LINKS: Shirts - https://overlysarcasticproducts.threadless.com/designs All the other stuff - http://www.cafepress.com/OverlySarcasticProducts Find us on Twitter @OSPYouTube!
Of Mice and Men" by John Steinbeck | Themes | 60second Recap®
 
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http://www.60secondrecap.com/study-guide/john-steinbeck-of-mice-and-men-themes/ John Steinbeck is a man on a mission: He's going to expose the American dream as a lie, and Americans themselves as predators. In "Of Mice and Men," it's more than just a theme. It's a crusade. George and Lennie help Steinbeck drive home his point: Whatever anybody might tell you, it's every man for himself.
Mink and Dog Cleanup Backyard Rats
 
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My friend Justin let me borrow his Mink Abby while my mink are on maternity leave. Abby and my dog Onsa catch more rats that we expected to find in such a little area!
Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck- Part 4
 
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Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. Section 4: From Lennie talking to Crooks in the harness room to after Curley’s wife threatening Crooks Summary The next evening, Saturday, Crooks sits on his bunk in the harness room. The black stable-hand has a crooked back—the source of his nickname—and is described as a “proud, aloof man” who spends much of his time reading. Lennie, who has been in the barn tending to his puppy, appears in the doorway, looking for company. Crooks tells him to go away, saying that if he, as a black man, is not allowed in the white quarters, then white men are not allowed in his. Lennie does not understand. He innocently reports that everyone else has gone into town and that he saw Crooks’s light on and thought he could come in and keep him company. Finally, despite himself, Crooks yields to Lennie’s “disarming smile” and invites him in. Soon enough, Lennie forgets his promise to keep the farm a secret and begins to babble cheerfully about the place that he and George will buy someday. Crooks does not believe him, assuming that the fantasy is part of Lennie’s mental disability. He tells Lennie about his own life, recounting his early days on a chicken farm when white children visited and played with him. Still, he says, he felt keenly alone even then. His family was the only black family for miles, and his father constantly warned him against keeping company with their white neighbors. The importance of this instruction escaped Crooks as a child, but he says that he has come to understand it perfectly. Now, as the only black man on the ranch, he resents the unfair social norms that require him to sleep alone in the stable. Feeling weak and vulnerable himself, Crooks cruelly suggests that George might never return from town. He enjoys torturing Lennie, until Lennie becomes angry and threatens Crooks, demanding to know “Who hurt George?” Crooks hastily backs down, promising that George will come back, and begins to talk about his childhood again, which returns Lennie to his dreams of owning the farm. Crooks bitterly says that every ranch-hand has the same dream. He adds that he has seen countless men go on about the same piece of land, but nothing ever comes of it. A little piece of land, Crooks claims, is as hard to find as heaven. Candy eventually joins them, entering Crooks’s room for the first time in all of the years they have worked together. Both men are uncomfortable at first but Candy is respectful and Crooks pleased to have more company. Candy talks to Lennie about raising rabbits on the farm. He has been busy calculating numbers and thinks he knows how the farm can make some money with rabbits. Crooks continues to belittle their dream until Candy insists that they already have the land picked out and nearly all the money they’ll need to buy it. This news piques the black man’s interest. Shyly, Crooks suggests that maybe they could take him along with them. But Curley’s wife appears and interrupts the men’s daydreaming. Curley’s wife asks about her husband, then says she knows that the men went to a brothel, cruelly observing that “they left all the weak ones here.” Crooks and Candy tell her to go away, but instead she starts talking about her loneliness and her unhappy marriage. Candy insists that she leave and says proudly that even if she got them fired, they could go off and buy their own place to live. Curley’s wife laughs at him, then bitterly complains about her life with Curley. She sums up her situation, admitting that she feels pathetic to want company so desperately that she is willing to talk to the likes of Crooks, Candy, and Lennie. She asks what happened to her husband’s hand, and does not believe the men when they insist that he got it caught in a machine. She teases Lennie about the bruises on his face, deducing that he got injured in the scuffle with Curley. Fed up, Crooks insists that she leave before he tells the boss about her wicked ways, and she responds by asking if he knows what she can do to him if he says anything. The implication is clear that she could easily have him lynched, and he cowers. Candy says that he hears the men coming back, which finally makes her leave, but not before she tells Lennie that she is glad he beat her husband. George appears, and criticizes Candy for talking about their farm in front of other people. As the white men leave Crooks, he changes his mind about going to the farm with them, calling out, “I wouldn’t want to go no place like that.”
Views: 86 Ms. Manrique
Mark Alburger - Animal Farm: XXVII. Skunks
 
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Mark Alburger's Animal Farm (Grand Zoological Fantasy-Variations): XXVII. Skunks (Op. 76, 1999) - Aroma of Mice and Men (Op. 45), Dmitri Shostakovich's Symphony No. 5, and Leslie Bricusse's Talk to the Animals (Video alteration of August 9, 2010)
Views: 154 DrMarkAlburger
Of Mice & Men Headliner
 
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Come see us on our United States and Canada headlining tour brought to you by Tillys! Get your tickets here: https://www.facebook.com/ofmice/app_123966167614127 Find us online: http://ofmiceandmenofficial.com http://twitter.com/omandm http://facebook.com/ofmice
Views: 32851 Of Mice & Men
Some days you get stuck driving a truck (Farm Sales Day 49)
 
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"The best laid plans of mice and men often go astray." I have been talking a lot about marketing plans and even published a podcast about the topic today at http://farmmarketingsolutions.com/47 . However some days you get stuck driving a truck all day and there's nothing you can do but the task at hand. I did get a chance to sit and think (6+ hours of driving) about the farm business and marketing plan, about Farm Marketing Solutions and the directions I am going here, and of course about my family. That time to sit and think was good and I know I will go into tomorrow with some fresh prespective and a desire to move!
Views: 1034 John Suscovich
Of Mice & Men - The Depths (Guitar Cover) HD
 
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LIKE MY BAND: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Forbidden-Desire/266263701362?fref=ts Tuning: Drop A (A E A D F# B) GEAR: 1.Schecter Guitar Research Blackjack SLS C-1 2.Line 6 Pod Farm 3.Logic Pro ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­--------------------- I do not claim any of the background music in this video. All credit goes to the respective owners.
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"Dream Farm"
 
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School project "Of Mice and Men".
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Of Mice & Men - Never Giving Up (Guitar Cover)
 
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Tuning: Drop A (A E A D F# B) GEAR: 1.Schecter Guitar Research Blackjack SLS C-1 2.Line 6 Pod Farm 3.Logic Pro x ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­--------------------- I do not claim any of the background music in this video. All credit goes to the respective owners.
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Mark Alburger - Animal Farm: XIX. Mice
 
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Mark Alburger's Animal Farm (Grand Zoological Fantasy-Variations): XIX. Mice (Op. 76, 1999) - Minimalist fragments of Mice and Men (Op. 45) invading Leslie Bricusse's Talk to the Animals (Video alteration of August 16, 2010)
Views: 1407 DrMarkAlburger
Family Guy Mice Farm
 
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Its a mice farm and you gotta make money one way or another 😉 ;)
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Lennie's Animal Farm
 
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Project for school for the book OF MICE AND MEN
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AP 308 cover reveal: Of Mice & Men
 
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AP 308, out this February, features cover artists Of Mice & Men, and inside stories on Crosses, We Are The In Crowd, Modern Baseball, Bayside and more. Plus a spring fashion special and an Anthony Green photo feature! Pre-order it now at AltPress.com/Preorder and find it on newsstands February 4!
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Of Mice and Men - Ohioisonfire (Guitar Cover)
 
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First cover with my new guitar! Buy the album here: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/the-flood-deluxe-reissue/id543994550 Clothing by: http://www.facebook.com/hoppus.cloth.1 Using an Epiphone SG G-400 through a Focusrite Scarlett 8i|6 & Cubase 5 using POD Farm Plugins.
Views: 275 BaileysinAlaska
(Minecraft) Of Mice and Men: Lennie in the Future
 
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A project for L.A. If Lennie were to travel to the future what would he do in his new life?
Views: 213 TheAsianEddy
Of Mice and Men -  Radio Play
 
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Two migrant field workers in California on their plantation during the Great Depression—George Milton, an intelligent but uneducated man, and Lennie Small, a bulky, strong man but mentally disabled—are in Soledad on their way to another part of California. They hope to one day attain the dream of settling down on their own piece of land. Lennie's part of the dream is merely to tend and pet rabbits on the farm, as he loves touching soft animals, although he always kills them. This dream is one of Lennie's favorite stories, which George constantly retells. They had fled from Weed, after Lennie touched a young woman's dress and wouldn't let go, leading to an accusation of rape. It soon becomes clear that the two are close and George is Lennie's protector, despite his antics. After being hired at a farm, the pair are confronted by Curley—The Boss's small, aggressive son with a Napoleon complex who dislikes larger men, and starts to target Lennie. Curley's flirtatious and provocative wife, to whom Lennie is instantly attracted, poses a problem as well. In contrast, the pair also meets Candy, an elderly ranch handyman with one hand and a loyal dog, and Slim, an intelligent and gentle jerkline-skinner whose dog has recently had a litter of puppies. Slim gives a puppy to Lennie and Candy, whose loyal, accomplished sheep dog was put down by fellow ranch-hand Carlson. In spite of problems, their dream leaps towards reality when Candy offers to pitch in $350 with George and Lennie so that they can buy a farm at the end of the month, in return for permission to live with them. The trio are ecstatic, but their joy is overshadowed when Curley attacks Lennie, who defends himself by easily crushing Curley's fist while urged on by George. Nevertheless, George feels more relaxed, to the extent that he even leaves Lennie behind on the ranch while he goes into town with the other ranch hands. Lennie wanders into the stable, and chats with Crooks, the bitter, yet educated stable buck, who is isolated from the other workers racially. Candy finds them and they discuss their plans for the farm with Crooks, who cannot resist asking them if he can hoe a garden patch on the farm albeit scorning its possibility. Curley's wife makes another appearance and flirts with the men, especially Lennie. However, her spiteful side is shown when she belittles them and threatens Crooks to have him lynched. The next day, Lennie accidentally kills his puppy while stroking it. Curley's wife enters the barn and tries to speak to Lennie, admitting that she is lonely and how her dreams of becoming a movie star are crushed, revealing her personality. After finding out about Lennie's habit, she offers to let him stroke her hair, but panics and begins to scream when she feels his strength. Lennie becomes frightened, and unintentionally breaks her neck thereafter and runs away. When the other ranch hands find the corpse, George realizes that their dream is at an end. George hurries to find Lennie, hoping he will be at the meeting place they designated in case he got into trouble. George meets Lennie at the place, their camping spot before they came to the ranch. The two sit together and George retells the beloved story of the dream, knowing it is something they'll never share. He then shoots Lennie, with Curley, Slim, and Carlson arriving seconds after. Only Slim realizes what happened, and consolingly leads him away. Curley and Carlson look on, unable to comprehend the subdued mood of the two men.
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Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck- Part 3
 
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Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. Section 3:From Slim and George returning to the bunkhouse to George comforting Lennie after the fight with Curley At the end of the workday, Slim and George return to the bunkhouse. Slim has agreed to give one of the pups to Lennie, and George thanks him for his kindness, insisting that Lennie is “dumb as hell,” but is neither crazy nor mean. Slim appreciates George’s friendship with Lennie, saying that it is a welcome change in a world where no one ever “seems to give a damn about nobody.” George confides in Slim the story of how he and Lennie came to be companions. Lennie comes into the bunkhouse, carrying his new puppy under his coat. George berates him for taking the little creature away from its mother. As Lennie returns the puppy to the litter, Candy and Carlson appear. Carlson begins to complain again about Candy’s dog, saying that it stinks and that it “ain’t no good to himself.” He urges Candy to shoot the animal. Candy replies that he has had the dog for too many years to kill it, but Carlson continues to pressure him. Eventually Slim joins in, suggesting that Candy would be putting a suffering animal out if its misery. Slim offers him a puppy and urges him to let Carlson shoot the dog. Another farmhand, Whit, enters and shows Slim a letter written by a man they used to work with published in a pulp magazine. The short letter praises the magazine. As the men marvel over it, Carlson offers to kill the dog quickly by shooting it in the back of the head. Reluctantly, Candy gives in. Carlson takes the dog outside, promising Slim that he will bury the corpse. After a few awkward moments of silence, the men hear a shot ring out, and Candy turns his face to the wall. Crooks, the black stable-hand, comes in and tells Slim that he has warmed some tar to put on a mule’s foot. After Slim leaves, the other men play cards and discuss Curley’s wife, agreeing that she will make trouble for someone; as George says, “She’s a jailbait all set on the trigger.” Whit invites George to accompany them to a local whorehouse the following night. Whit discusses the merits of old Susy’s place over Clara’s, it being cheaper and having nice chairs, but George comments that he cannot afford to waste his money because he and Lennie are trying to put together a “stake.” Lennie and Carlson come in. Carlson cleans his gun and avoids looking at Candy. Curley appears looking for his wife again. Full of jealousy and suspicion, he asks where Slim is. When he learns that Slim is in the barn, he storms off in that direction, followed by Whit and Carlson, who hope to see a fight. George asks Lennie if he saw Slim with Curley’s wife in the barn, and Lennie says no. George warns his companion against the trouble that women cause, and then Lennie asks him to describe the farm that they hope to buy. As George talks, Candy listens and becomes excited by the idea of such a beautiful place. He asks if the place really exists. George is guarded at first, but soon says that it does and that the owners are desperate to sell it. Overcome with hope, Candy offers to contribute his life’s savings if they allow him to live there too. Since he is old and crippled, he worries that the ranch will let him go soon. The men agree that after a month of work at this ranch, they will have enough money saved to make a down payment on the house. George tells the other two not to tell anyone else about their plan. As they hear the other men’s voices approaching, Candy says quietly to George that he should have shot his old dog himself, and not let a stranger do it. Slim, Curley, Carlson, and Whit return. Curley apologizes to Slim for his suspicions, and then the other men mock him. Knowing that Slim is too strong to be beaten in a fight, Curley looks to vent his rage elsewhere. He finds an easy target in Lennie, who is still dreaming of the farm and smiling with childlike delight. Though Lennie begs to be left alone, Curley attacks him. He throws several punches, bloodying Lennie’s face, and hits him in the gut before George urges Lennie to fight back. On George’s command, Lennie grabs Curley’s right hand and breaks it effortlessly. As Slim leads Curley away to a doctor, he warns him not to have George and Lennie fired, or he will be made the laughingstock of the ranch. Curley consents not to attempt to have them fired. George comforts Lennie, telling him that the fight was not his fault and that he has nothing to fear. Lennie’s only fear is that he will not be allowed to tend the rabbits on their farm. George assures him that he will.
Views: 249 Ms. Manrique
Mark Alburger - Animal Farm: XXVI. Wolves
 
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Mark Alburger's Animal Farm (Grand Zoological Fantasy-Variations): XXVI. Wolves (Op. 76, 1999) - Sergei Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf, Mice and Men (Op. 45), and Leslie Bricusse's Talk to the Animals go to the club (Video alteration of August 8, 2010)
Views: 163 DrMarkAlburger
SEEING OF MICE AND MEN // New York, NY
 
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Thought I'd take you with me on a night out in Manhattan. Went to eat Thai food and see the Broadway show Of Mice and Men. Tasha: INSTAGRAM - http://instagram.com/tashat423 TWITTER - https://twitter.com/tashat423 Where else you can find me: WEBSITE & STORE - http://marijohnson.info INSTAGRAM - http://instagram.com/marijohnson TWITTER - https://twitter.com/missmarijohnson FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/captainslogtravels SNAPCHAT - mari.johnson Californian in a constant state of wanderlust, currently traveling the world. I’m here to share my adventures and give you tips about travel, culture, language, and life.
Views: 1873 Mari Johnson
The Airgun Show – Hectic daytime rat shoot, PLUS top night hunting shots with Nite Site…
 
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http://www.theshootingshow.tv http://www.sportsmatch-uk.com With the rats proving reluctant to show themselves at night, we hit the farmyard in broad daylight to see if the rodents are on the move. And it seems that the rats here are keeping unusual hours, as Mat picks off a procession of scavenging scaly-tails in full sunlight. There’s also a treat for those of you who like to hunt with night vision during the winter months. We’ve pulled together a roundup of some of our favourite shots taken with the Nite Sight night vision kit. -- Get more airgun insight every month in our sister magazine Airgun Shooter, now totally redesigned and available in all good newsagents and from www.myfavouritemagazines.co.uk/field-sports -
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"Were Gunna Get a Farm Someday"
 
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This was an English project. This is an upbeat sensation about two friends, George and Lennie and there dream to get there own farm. This was a theme connection for the theme "dreams" for Of Mice And Men.
Views: 431 Sam Middel
Loneliness and Isolation in “Of mice and Men”
 
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Loneliness and Isolation in “Of mice and Men” Visit our website: http://www.sliderbase.com/ Free PowerPoint Presentations for teaching and learning Loneliness and Isolation in “Of mice and Men” John Steinbeck's novel, Of Mice and Men, is a story in which a dominating idea of inescapable loneliness prevails. "A guy needs somebody to be near him. A guy goes nuts if he ain't got nobody. Don't make no difference who the guy is, long's he's with you. I tell ya, a guy gets lonely an' he gets sick." Of Mice and Men is filled with characters such as this, who are unable to find a way out of their lonely lives. The loneliness in this story builds and builds and never is allowed to escape. By never allowing its escape, Steinbeck effectively forms a solid backing for the characters and events in his novel. Of Mice and Men is filled with characters such as this, who are unable to find a way out of their lonely lives. The loneliness in this story builds and builds and never is allowed to escape. By never allowing its escape, Steinbeck effectively forms a solid backing for the characters and events in his novel. Lennie Lennie's loneliness chiefly stems from the fact that he is both mentally retarded and very big and strong. His retardation sometimes causes others at the ranch to shun him, even to the point of thinking he is "cuckoo." Since Lennie cannot think as quickly as the other men, he is often set aside and isolated from them. He is unable to take an active part in conversations because George, Lennie's best friend and travelling companion, is the only one who can understand him. The men are afraid of Lennie because they know that if his great strength were ever to go uncontrolled, it could easily overwhelm any one of them. This constant rejection by others increases the depth of Lennie's loneliness and adds to the theme of loneliness running through the novel. Because of his colour, Crooks must live by himself in a small room in the barn. Crooks becomes so accustomed to this constant isolation, that he is suspicious of any man who suddenly tries to make friends with him. When Lennie accidentally stumbles onto Crooks' room one night in the barn and tries to sit down and talk, Crooks becomes so suspicious that he actually tries to drive Lennie away before giving up and allowing Lennie to come in. Curley’s Wife Curley's wife is perhaps the loneliest person of all on the ranch. Since she is the only woman on the ranch, she is set apart from the others. Curley, her own husband, ignores her. He does not regard his wife as a person needing love and companionship, but rather as an object which can be put aside, pushed around. Instead of being attentive to his wife, Curley is frequently going out with "the boys" instead of with his wife. Curley's wife has no love for her husband and wishes to leave him, but her final escape route is blocked since her father is dead and her mother doesn't want her. Curley's wife tries to find companionship with the other men on the ranch but they ignore her or try to brush her off fearing that if they are caught associating with her, they will lose their jobs. Curley's wife's loneliness finally becomes so severe that she resorts to fantasizing herself as a famous actress just to feel wanted and more popular with others. Loneliness Loneliness affects many of the characters, and Steinbeck seems to show that it is a natural and inevitable result of the kind of life they are forced to lead. The itinerant workers are caught in a trap of loneliness - they never stay in one place long enough to form permanent relationships. Even if such relationships existed, they would probably be destroyed by the demands of the itinerant life. Let's examine the lonely situation of some of the characters, see how they try to deal with it, and the result. Candy is lonely because he is old, and is different from the other hands. His only comfort is his old dog, which keeps him company and reminds him of days when he was young and whole. He has no relatives, and once his dog is killed is totally alone. He eagerly clutches at the idea of buying a farm with George and Lennie, but of course this all comes to nothing. Candy's disappointment is expressed in the bitter words he utters to the body of Curley's wife, whom he blames for spoiling his dream. George is also caught in the trap of loneliness. Just as Candy has his dog for company, George has Lennie (who is often described in animal-like terms). Continuing the parallel, George too is left completely alone when Lennie is killed. The dream farm is his idea, and he says 'We'd belong there ... no more runnin' around the country...'.
Views: 741 SliderBase
of mice and men
 
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A bunny rescue arrives at The Field Lab. This baby rabbit was brought to a neighbors house by a cat. It has some minor injuries on its' legs but seems to be healthy otherwise. It is unclear whether he is a cottontail or a jackrabbit as they pretty much look the same at this age. I will keep him caged for about a week to make sure he's OK, then let him join the rest of the bunny gang out here. News Theme by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...) Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Hamster March by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100212 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Cartoon clip included under YouTube Fair Use Guidelines. "The Abominable Snow Rabbit (1961)" https://www.amazon.com/dp/B005NFJAQC/
Views: 5579 TheFieldLab
Of Mice & Men - O.G. Loko (Guitar Cover)
 
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All rights of this song belong to Of Mice & Men Equipment Used: 7 String Guitar MH 417 LTD Line 6 Pod Farm Thanks for watching!
Views: 185 Pedro Metal Covers
Vans Warped Tour 2014: Of Mice and Men
 
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July 23, 2014 at Farm Bureau Live
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Of Mice and Men - Trailer
 
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Our trailer for John Steinbeck's masterpiece about the struggle of two men to follow their dreams in the face of economic hardship - Of Mice and Men. http://www.lyceum.org.uk/mice OF MICE AND MEN By John Steinbeck Directed by John Dove 17 February - 17 March 2012 Thanks very much to the Traverse Theatre, Gill Morrison at West Fenton Farm and Muirfield Riding Therapy, for their assistance in the making of this trailer http://www.traverse.co.uk http://www.muirfieldrda.co.uk Find out more from the Lyceum Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lyceumtheatre Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lyceumtheatre
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Of Mice and Men - Pain (Guitar Cover)
 
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Of Mice and Men Guitar Cover Transcribed by ear. As university becomes more busy I will be making videos less and less. My original plan was to make a cover once every month, but I will probably fluctuate Equipment used: DAW: Reaper Interface: Line 6 UX2 Amp: POD Farm 2.5 Guitar: Gordon Smith GS1 (for audio), Schecter C-7 hellraiser (for video) Camera: Macbook Pro mid 2012 webcam Edited in Final Cut Pro X Tuning: Drop C
Views: 40 Jack
Of Mice and Men sing-along
 
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A song that goes through the main events in the novel chapter by chapter - easily memorable when sung to the tune of 'Three Blind Mice'. Useful for revision and to help you remember where in the novel key events happen so that you can find them easily and quickly in the exam.
Views: 4112 MrsThompsonIsca
Of Mice & Men - OHIOISONFIRE (Guitar and Bass Cover)
 
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Before someone comments about it, yes there is only 5 strings on my guitar, that is because the high E string broke just before I started recording the song and I didn't have a replacement around. Luckily though this song doesn't even use that string. Tuning: Drop C on both bass and guitar Amp: Line 6 UX2, Pod Farm 2 Guitar: PRS Mikael Akerfeldt SE Bass: Rees White 5 String Bass Guitar String Gauge: 11-54 Bass String Guage: ???
Views: 278 IGoAFilms
Minecraft Mods - FARMER WORKER ! Farming Men Auto Build Farms !
 
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GameChap and Bertie investigate the marvellous Farmer Workers modification! Hire a farm hand to construct your agricultural plots; splendid! TO DOWNLOAD: Visit the Minecraft Mods section at MinecraftForum! The topic name is [1.0.0] Mice Workers [WIP] (Miner Release, Lumberjack Beta, Farmer Beta), by codegreen.
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A day in the life. The best laid plans of mice and men  27 10 17
 
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We found a solution. All in a day or two its going to be fun putting it back together in that room ;-)
Of Mice and Men [English Project]
 
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i tried to be funny and i dont regret it at all. outro song is: Distrion & Alex Skrindo - Lightning [NCS Release] ====== Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/_jaythecat_/?hl=en DeviantART - http://jaythecatda.deviantart.com/ Tumblr - http://jaythesinner.tumblr.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100013139265334 Twitter - https://twitter.com/_Jaythecat_ ====== Go and subscribe to this awesome person, he needs more attention; https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCA7MZQEuyTiooJjB08wpi8g and remember to subscribe to my channel! - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMAIoz2PvFPqmocNHIbS7WQ ====== If you have any questions, leave them down below and I will try and answer them. Until the next video, stay awesome!
Views: 172 Jaythecat
Of Mice And Men RAP!
 
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Of Mice And Men RAP. A video I helped Jason and Lexie with. Everything is original including Jason's expert rapping skills. These are pretty much what the lyrics are. This is the story of mice and men A story of me and Lennie my friend We go way back through thick and thin Are you ready yet, cause I'm gonna begin. The story starts when we hop off the bus So long from our stop that I wanted to cuss Then I found that Lennie had a dead mouse And I threw it so far it would have cleared a house See my friend was really big and he didn't mean wrong But he kills a lot of stuff cause hes just so strong. We both have these plans to own our own farm A place where Lennie and wont cause any harm. We found our new job and I said with remorse That Lenny got kicked in the head by a horse Then we met the bosses (curleys) wife and she was kinda flirty I knew there was trouble when Lennie said she was purty To tell you the truth there's a bunch of stuff about a dog But I could care less so its not in my song. Later Lennie an bosses wife are talking all alone And the old bosses wife tells a story of her own. Now my best friend Lennie, he wasn't all there And he broke this girls neck just grabbing her hair. Lennie realized what hed done and he kind stood still But he had to run away or the other workers would kill. I knew where hed be, weve been there before, I found him sitting around at the rivers shore We talked for awhile; I didnt want to seem mad And we talked all about the plans that we had. I said turn around: he listened to what I said And I shot him three times in the back of the head. I did it because I didnt want him to suffer I did it because I love him like a brother This is the story of mice and men A story of me and Lennie my friend We go way back through thick and thin I hoped you liked the story cause thats the end.
Views: 9356 tallguytrav
Of Mice & Men - Still YDG'n Instrumental Cover
 
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One of my best covers so far
Views: 1770 mitomen2000
Poetry Time With Nat - Of Mice and Men
 
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Yet another English project. WARNING: spoilers
Views: 350 Natsters46
Persona 5 [69] - OF MICE AND MEN
 
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Inside Shido's Palace, we need to get five letters of introduction to reach Shido's treasure. The Phantom Thieves search for five major cognitions to get the letters. This video we meet a politician and a member of the royal family, learning they're deeply connected to some of the events that happened in the past year. Please subscribe for more videos on video games! Twitter: https://twitter.com/TommieServeaux Tumblr: https://tommieserveaux.tumblr.com The Game: https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-us/games/persona-5/cid=UP2611-CUSA05877_00-PERSONA512345678 Persona 5 is created by Atlus.
Views: 99 Tommie Serveaux
that mouse thing sings mr bombastic but it's in a farm
 
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The song is Mr. Boombastic from barnyard
Views: 487 the boi
Of Mice & Men- Ohioisonfire (guitar cover)
 
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I in no way own this song or claim to have had any part of it. they are an amazing band that I try to hate but still listen too so I thought I would post a quick guitar cover and try out my new gear. I used a Line 6 podfarm ux1 with a ltd ec-1000 in Logic Pro X. I will try and post more as I found better sounds and ways to edit better I did not spend a ton of time on this project and I panned 2 guitars to the left and right and 1 bass track in the middle over a turned down track of the song. The guitar you hear is mostly me. The filming was separate than the recording.
Views: 72 cody nordine
Old MacDonald Had a Farm | Animal Sounds Song | Nursery Rhymes & Baby Songs Collection Dave and Ava
 
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📲 Download Dave and Ava's App for iOS ► https://goo.gl/6G93HR and Android ► https://goo.gl/oghnGe Old MacDonald Had a Farm - enjoy this nursery rhyme and teach kids about animals and animal sounds! 🎶 Subscribe now for new videos - https://www.youtube.com/DaveAndAva?sub_confirmation=1 🎺 Watch our 60-minute collection of non-stop nursery rhymes at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aBBfE-quZOE If you like this video, share it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y7T0WvaeGUU&feature=youtu.be Old MacDonald Had A Farm – a new nursery rhyme from Dave and Ava! Introduce animals and animal sounds to your little ones! Go straight to your favorite song by selecting a title below! 00:20 Old MacDonald Had a Farm 03:25 Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes 05:10 One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Once I Caught a Fish Alive 07:04 Five Little Ducks 09:46 If You`re Happy and You Know It 11:41 Baa Baa Black Sheep 14:40 Itsy Bitsy Spider 17:02 The Phonics Song 19:35 Johny Johny Yes Papa 21:46 Hickory Dickory 24:53 Ten in the Bed 28:16 Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed 30:29 Jingle Bells 32:15 We Wish You a Merry Christmas 34:13 ABC song Watch another Nursery Rhymes Collection from Dave and Ava: If You’re Happy and You Know It - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J8Qs610vmeE&list=PLURXwwh2i_mcgwdQrVMmh-txx-g1qRcZX&index=1 Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=auQh6DCh4qM&list=PLURXwwh2i_mcgwdQrVMmh-txx-g1qRcZX&index=2 ABC Song – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a3qY1d1X4cs&list=PLURXwwh2i_mcgwdQrVMmh-txx-g1qRcZX&index=3 Johny Johny Yes Papa -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8y6RXCCZd1o&list=PLURXwwh2i_mcgwdQrVMmh-txx-g1qRcZX&index=4 Itsy Bitsy Spider -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q0cFhtcSaEM&list=PLURXwwh2i_mcgwdQrVMmh-txx-g1qRcZX&index=5 Christmas Songs Collection - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i0DWwxlrBt8&list=PLURXwwh2i_mcgwdQrVMmh-txx-g1qRcZX&index=16 We are always happy to hear from you! Please share your feedback on our nursery rhymes in the comments, or through our social media profiles: https://www.facebook.com/daveandavatv https://twitter.com/daveandava https://instagram.com/daveandava https://www.youtube.com/daveandava Traditional. Arranged and adapted by Dave and Ava LTD © 2016. All rights reserved.
Animal Farm Audio book
 
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Animal Farm Audio book Enjoy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Views: 2096121 Hosam hamed
The Big Red Night Of The Dead FT - (Mastodon, In This Moment, Of Mice & Men, Avatar, DED)
 
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Here's a video recap I shot and edited of the show! 98KUPD's The Big Red Night Of The Dead Ft. - Mastodon, In This Moment, Of Mice & Men, Avatar, DED @ Fear Farm 2017 Artist: Of Mice & Men Song: Unbreakable Video shot and edited by: Sanjay Parikh FOLLOW ME: IG: https://www.instagram.com/sanjayparikhphoto FB: https://www.facebook.com/SanjayParikhMedia http://www.SanjayShootsYou.com
MandoBasso "The Farm" Live Performance at New Village Arts
 
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This live version of "The Farm" (from the incidental music to the New Village Arts Production "Of Mice and Men") was performed in concert at New Village Arts in Carlsbad, CA on November 9, 2011
Views: 153 William Bradbury
Rage Quit - Farm Fury! | Rooster Teeth
 
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This week, Michael deals with farming and mice in this week's Rage Quit - Farm Fury! Join FIRST to watch episodes early: http://bit.ly/2wf5zPJ » Get your Rooster Teeth merch: http://bit.ly/2uRi44x » Subscribe: http://bit.ly/13y3Gum About Rooster Teeth: Welcome to Rooster Teeth. We’re a production company in Austin, TX, making podcasts, animated shows, and live-action shorts and series. We also make content on a bunch of gaming channels like Let's Play, Achievement Hunter, and Funhaus! More Rooster Teeth: » Achievement Hunter: http://bit.ly/AHYTChannel » Let's Play: http://bit.ly/1BuRgl1 » Red vs. Blue: http://bit.ly/RvBChannel Rage Quit - Farm Fury! | Rooster Teeth https://www.youtube.com/user/RoosterTeeth
Views: 1591002 Rooster Teeth
Of Mice and Men at the Costa Mesa Playhouse
 
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George and his physically powerful but simple-minded companion, Lennie, are migrant ranch workers in central California during the Great Depression. On the run from trouble and faced by a bleak reality, they still dream of saving enough money to buy a piece of land and a home of their own. http://www.costamesaplayhouse.com/im_pages/of_mice_and_men/of_mice_and_men.htm
Views: 312 CMP Trailers

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