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    (Original post by Itsellenidk)
    So you analyse what has happened, and then you speculate why it's happened and what it means I think but not exactly sure. Or maybe it's analyse what and why, and speculate what it means. Idk, I've done a bit, not too much tho. And I hope it goes okay tomorrow, sure it will xx
    Oh okayyy& dw we'll both be fine hopefully
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    How would you answer a question on innocence ?
    I'd talk about Lennie, Curley's wife and the different animals that appear throughout the novel. Both Lennie and CW are innocent in that they don't understand their oppression. However Lennie is more innocent like a child whereas CW is ignorant to the sexist world around her.

    The different animals are innocent in that they are not guilty of doing anything wrong. They are simply a part of the goodness in nature. However this makes them vulnerable and weak - leading up to both the mouse and the dog being killed by Lennie. (You could then link this to CW's death and compare them)


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    (Original post by nisha.sri)
    How would you answer a question on innocence ?
    Of mice and men isn't innocence, that's heroes. Don't confuse your novels😂😂
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    I have done 3 lit mocks and had, U,U,E3
    so im not looking forward to it
 
 
 
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