Developing Dreams: The Role In Of Mice And Men By John Steinbeck

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During the 1930s times were tough and unemployment rate was high. People were struggling to feed their families, most lost everything they owned ,and some even committed suicide. Although, the economy did not seem like it was going to get any better, people still dreamed of achieving greatness. Dreams played an important role in everyday life. Developing dreams helped distracted people from society, gave them hope and motivation to achieve their goals ,and gave people a feeling of happiness.
Many people dreamed of owning their own land. Dreams played an important part in George and LennieĊ› life by giving them motivation to work harder for the farm. Candy also shared the same dream as George and Lennie and was asked to joined them. Owning their