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John steinbeck's of mice and men i'll always have a soft spot for the novel of mice and men by john steinbeckmy dad introduced me to the book, excited to expose me to my first steinbeck novel. Of mice and men [john steinbeck] on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers of mice and men is a novella written by author john steinbeck published in 1937, it tells the story of george milton and lennie small. Of mice and men by john steinbeck, 9780140177398, available at book depository with free delivery worldwide.
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You probably spent some time as a teenager reading john steinbeck's novella of mice and men although he was a stanford university graduate and had published five books by the time he wrote of mice and men. John steinbeck: john steinbeck, american novelist, best known for the grapes of wrath the novella of mice and men (1937) the background for several of john steinbeck's novels, among them tortilla flat.
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