Comparing Lennie In John Steinbeck's 'Of Mice And Men'

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Have you ever been prejudiced against for some reason? Lennie, in Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck has. Lennie is discriminated against while on the ranch and give in to this treatment submissively. Other people on the ranch treat Lennie like a little kid instead of an adult. For example, Lennie tells Curley’s wife the George has told hin to “stay here and not get in no trouble”(68). The manner in which George talks to Lennie is akin to the way in which a parent might talk to a child. George also calls Lennie a “crazy bastard”(6) when telling him what to do during their job interview with the boss of the ranch. The individuals on the ranch also exclude Lennie from activities by not letting him go to town with them and making him
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