What do other men think of Lennie?

Posted in Uncategorized on March 8, 2008 by Kristoffer

Other men thinks that Lennie is a strange man. Every man underrates Lennie’s strength. If someone attacks Lennie, they may end up as dead, because Lennie is to strong. When Lennie crushed Curley’s arm, he got a big shock.

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Posted in Uncategorized on March 3, 2008 by Kristoffer

I know that Lennie and George have known each other for a long time because they both know everything about each other.
George knows that if Lennie gets into a fight, he would kill someone cause of his strength. So George has to watch out for Lennie so he don’t kill someone. Each time they get asked about something, they both know what to say. Ex: If someone asks about what they did when they killed a animal or something, one of them would have said ; ”tell him about it”. That is a sign that says that the has known each other for a long time.

John Steinbeck

Posted in Uncategorized on February 25, 2008 by Kristoffer

1.  Which one of John Steinbeck’s novels won a Pulitzer Prize?
Answer: John Steinbeck’s novel The Grapes Of Wrath won the Pulitzer prize.

2.  Where and what year was he born?
Answer: John Steinbeck was born 27th February 1902 in Salinas Valley.

3.  Name three of John Steinbeck’s books that were made into Hollywood films
Answer: The Grapes of Wrath, Of Mice and Men and The Forgotten Village are three books made into Hollywood films.

4.  In what year did John Steinbeck write of Mice and Men?
Answer: Of Mice and Men was published in 1937

5.  What did John Steinbeck do during WWII?
Answer: Under World War II John did do missions, like helping the norwegian resistance movement. He cleared all his missions in success.

6.  What US President awarded Steinbeck the United States Medal of Freedom
Answer: Lyndon B. Johnson was the man that awarded the United States Medal of Freedom to Steinbeck.

7.   What is John Steinbeck’s Museum called?
Answer: John Steinbeck’s museum is called The National Steinbeck Center.

8.  How old was Steinbeck when he died?
Answer: 66 years old Steinbeck died.

9.  What does the novel “The Moon is Down”, have to do with Norway?
Answer: The Moon Is Down is much like the German occupation of Norway druing World War II.

10.  Find out on the internet the two main characters “Of Mice and Men”.  Tell me a little about them and what the story is about  (8 sentences).
Answer: George is a little man, but very strong. He is a intelligent man. Lennie is a big man that has problems with controlling his strength. They both want to have their own farm with pigs and other animals. Lennie likes to stroke on hair and feather and other things like fur. He has many times killed mice and other animals, by squeezing them, since he can’t control his strength. George doesn’t like that Lennie picks up mice and puts it in his pocket.

Caught in a viscious circle

Posted in Uncategorized on February 25, 2008 by Kristoffer

1. Elaine: Elaine is a good and nice person. She don’t cares so much about herself, but cares of other people. She do almost everything Cordelia says.
Cordelia: Cordelia is the opposite of Elaine when it comes to personality, cause she only thinks of herself. She is like a evil control-freak that want control in all things.
Carol: Carol is a good person, but can also be a bad person to.
Elaine’s Mother: Elaine’s mother cares much about Elaine, and loves her very much. She does everything that makes Elaine’s life better.

2. The author tries to tell that you should be hanging with good people in front of people that treats you bad and dislikes you. You will be a better person if you don’t get bullied all the time, it may change your life.

3. What i liked about this story was that Elaine finally was brave enough to leave Cornelia find some new friends that will be nice to her.

Suggested Essay Questions (nr.4)

Posted in Uncategorized on February 3, 2008 by Kristoffer

I mean that Jim could be Huck’s ”true father” because they takes care of each other, witch Mr.Finn wouldn’t. Nobody has  ever been so nice to Huck that Jim before. Huck is also taking care of Jim, and helps him to escape from the slavery. they are both equal, because they are both running away from someone. Huck is escaping from his drunk and bad father that wants his money, while Jim is escaping from his owner.

After reading this book you may mean that Jim and Huck is a family, cause they kept together all the time and helped each other during bad situations.

Huckleberry Finn

Posted in Uncategorized on January 31, 2008 by Kristoffer

Short Questions:
1. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn was first published in 1884.
2. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn can best be described as a novel, or a classic novel.
3. Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer each received 6000 dollars when they found money that the robbers had hidden in the cave.
4. Huck’s Pap returns because he had heard of Huck’s money and wanted to have them.
5. When Jim first sees Huck Finn on the island, he thinks Huck is searching for him to return him to the owner, cause then he would get a reward.
6. Jim runs away from Miss Watson because he didn’t want to be a slave anymore.
9. Huck escapes to Jackson Island and discovers that his father has been killed by the flood.
10. I think that Mark Twain is against racism, since a white person helped a colored slave in the book. Maybe he wanted us to know that we can help each other, even if we are black, yellow, white or in any religions.

10 facts about Mark Twain!

Posted in Uncategorized on January 22, 2008 by Kristoffer

1. His real name is Samuel Langhorne Clemens, but he wanted to be called Mark Twain.
2. Mark Twain was born 30. november 1835 in Florida.
3. Mark Twain was a famous and popular author, journalist and a humorist.
4. Mark Twain was by Ernest Hemingway been pointed as the one that started the American literature.
5. Mark Twain got married in 1870 in New York with a girl called Olivia.
6. The Celebrated Jumping Frog Of Calaveras County was Mark Twain’s first important work.
7. Twain’s Huckleberry Finn is combined with rich humor and criticism.
8. Mark Twain lost his wife in 1904.
9. Mark Twain’s last work was a autobiography.
10. He died 21. april 1910.