Both Steinbeck And Shelley Create Characters Who Are Alienated From Society. Discuss How Their Characters Are Portrayed
In both "Frankenstein" and "Of Mice and Men", there have been characters created who have been alienated from society.
We can compare the characters of the creature and Lennie; they are described as or given the image of their child like behaviour and thoughts, "His jaws opened, and he muttered some inarticulate sounds while a grin wrinkled his
showed first 75 words of 2390 total
showed last 75 words of 2390 total
both sides of the storey. The most interesting difference is the use of humour in "Of Mice and Men", especially when Lennie was trying to trick George, I found these differences a break from the serious stories however there is a serious point made through these and our liking for Lennie grows, so that his death effects the reader more. Overall "Of Mice and Men" shows the isolation more clearly then in the novel "Frankenstein".