How many copies of 'of mice and men' have been sold?


A text copy of Mice and Men refers to the original piece of paper work that was used to make a new edition of a book. The book Mice and Men sold about 117,000 copies of its latest edition.
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I don't understand how one can describe the diction of a text. John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men Posted by jillkavi on August 3, 2011 at 6:14 AM via web and tagged with diction literature
Well, each character that is presented to the reader is given, by Steinbeck, a social disability. Crooks is black, Candy is old, George is small, Lennie is dumb, Curley's wife is
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