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Download Mus og Maend (Of Mice and Men) Audiobook (Unabridged)

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Mus og Mænd er den tragiske historie om de to venner George og Lennie, der vandrer fra ranch til ranch i Californien i håb om at finde arbejde under Den Store Depression i 1930 erne. George er lille, men intelligent, og Lennie er stor og stærk, men mere eller mindre retarderet. De håber en dag at kunne realisere deres fælles drøm om at slå sig ned og arbejde på deres eget stykke jord.

Men pengene er små og arbejdet svært at fastholde - ikke mindst pga. Lennies forkærlighed for at ae mus og andre bløde ting, der gang på gang leder ham i uføre og til sidst får fatale konsekvenser.

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Author John Steinbeck

John Steinbeck (1902–1968) remains one of the quintessential writers of American literature. Born in Salinas, California, Steinbeck attended Stanford University before working at a series of mostly blue-collar jobs and embarking on his literary career. Profoundly committed to social progress, he used his writing to raise issues of labor exploitation and the plight of the common man, penning some of the greatest American novels of the twentieth century and winning such prestigious awards as the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award. He received the Nobel Prize in 1962, “for his realistic and imaginative writings, combining as they do sympathetic humor and keen social perception.” He wrote more than twenty-five novels during his lifetime.