In the book of Mice and Men, George and Lennie are characters who faced hardships throughout their journey. They are friends who grew up together and looked out for one another. George and Lennie had a relationship that could never be broken until it came to the end of the story.
Lennie is a tall, heavily built man who is mentally incompetent and relies on George to tell him what to do. Although he tends to forget what he’s told, Lennie remembers every word George said to him about owning a little farm and how he won’t be able to tend the rabbits if he gets in trouble. Lennie enjoys petting soft things like rabbits, mice, dresses, and puppies.
George is a minuscule, intelligent young man who takes care of Lennie. He helps supervise Lennie’s behavior and helps get their money. George is a quick-tempered, harsh man when he has to deal with Lennie, especially when he gets in trouble. Lennie and George care for one another, even when George constantly talks about how his life would be superior if he didn’t have to take care of Lennie. George is like a father to Lennie because he’s constantly there for him and he knows what’s best for Lennie.
In the book, George and Lennie both share a dream of owning their own farm. Throughout the story, George and Lennie both rely on each other to survive....
Therefore, lets George know what to do to help Lennie. George and Lennie are happy because they have each other, they have someone to talk to. George is able to share dreams and secrets with Lennie. When Lennie does bad things, George knows that Lennie isn’t trying to hurt anyone, he knows it was just an accident. Lennie is the only reason George has hope that they will own their own farm because Lennie is so convinced that owning their own farm is a possibility. Without Lennie, George will become like the other men who keep to themselves and have no hopes or...
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