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Of Mice and Men Midterm Review

Ms. Iocco

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1.An underground reservoir for liquid waste (as household sewage)
6.Boss's son who has the Napoleon Complex and wears high-heeled boots and a glove filled with vaseline
7.Belittling or insulting; Crooks is spoken to in this manner
10.A bundle, as of bedding, carried by a hobo
11.Gloomily, sullenly
12.He "gives the stable-buck hell" when he gets upset
14.Pretty, but promiscous woman who is like "poison" for the ranch workers
15.Discriminating against people because of their race, gender, age, etc.
17.To sooth in temper or disposition; pacify
18.Powerful, big stomached guy who asks about Lulu's puppies
20.Handyman; someone who performs odd jobs—such as cleaning
21.Lennie's unexpected last name
22.To think about deeply
24.One of the main characters who is described as, " small and quick....with restless eyes."
26.A long, rectangual room where the ranch workers live, but the stable-buck is not allowed
27.In a threatening way; Curley speeks in this manner to the ranch workers
29.Something happens that is the opposite of what is expected to happen
31._________________ workers more from ranch to ranch in search of work
33.A work of fiction intermediate in length and complexity between a short story and a novel
34.a northern California mining town; where the two main character came from
35.When something is being suggested without being stated out loud
36.Decade that the novella takes place in
1.The method a writer uses to reveal the personality of a character in a literary work
2.A regional variety of language distinguished by features of vocabulary, grammar, and pronunciation
3.A word, color or object that stands for another word or abstract idea
4.A mule driver
5.Slang term for money
6.Mistreated stable-buck who likes to read
8.Is the information needed to understand a story prior to reading it like setting and characters, etc
9.Literary Technique; when the author provides hints about what is to come
13.Having a quarrelsome or combative nature; always looking for a fight; Curley could described using this word
16.The central idea or messahe of a story; NOT the summary
19.a coastal California city about 130 miles south of San Francisco; location the novella takes place
21.Jerkline Skinner who demands attention
23.Performance using gestures and body movements without words
25.To have spoken in a monotonous tone
28.One of the main characters who is described as, "a huge man, shapeless of face."
30.Old swamper with no right hand
32.Mattress covering
35.To draw a reasonable conclusion from the information presented

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