Of Mice and Men (1937), by John Steinbeck – first edition cover designed by George Salter The words man and mouse have been used in alliterative association in: – neither man nor mouse, to mean not a living creature, great or small, – mouse and man, or mice and men, to mean every living thing. The first known user of neither man nor […]
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