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Monday, October 05, 2009

Fifteen


Identify the two and weave a story.

Answer:
To a Mouse,a poem by Robert Burns had a line which is the inspiration for the name of John Steinbeck's Of Mice And Men

4 comments:

Piyush said...

Robert Burns
J.D Salinger?
The Catcher in the Rye?

The title is inspired by a poem from Burns.

Monash Law School said...

The picture below Robert Burns' is John Steinbeck. He wrote 'Of Mice and Men' which is a line from one of Burns' poems.

- Avneeth

anish said...

steinbeck(right) titled 'Of Mice and Men' from a Robert Burns (left) poem, to a mouse

Anerudh Balaji said...

Steinbeck and Robert Burns..
Connect is John Steinbeck took the title of Burns' novel "Of Mice and Men"




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Monday, October 05, 2009

Fifteen


Identify the two and weave a story.

Answer:
To a Mouse,a poem by Robert Burns had a line which is the inspiration for the name of John Steinbeck's Of Mice And Men

4 comments:

Piyush said...

Robert Burns
J.D Salinger?
The Catcher in the Rye?

The title is inspired by a poem from Burns.

Monash Law School said...

The picture below Robert Burns' is John Steinbeck. He wrote 'Of Mice and Men' which is a line from one of Burns' poems.

- Avneeth

anish said...

steinbeck(right) titled 'Of Mice and Men' from a Robert Burns (left) poem, to a mouse

Anerudh Balaji said...

Steinbeck and Robert Burns..
Connect is John Steinbeck took the title of Burns' novel "Of Mice and Men"




www.jackandlagoon.blogspot.com