Comparing Steinbeck's Of Mice And Men

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Of Mice and Men George and Lennie are two very different men both mentally and physically. In spite of their differences they still manage to be the best of friends, work and travel together. But they share something in common. The two men share a vision of a farm that they will own together, as friends. Lennie is tall and strong man who has a mental disability, which leads him to depend on George. Lennie, for being different, acts differently, making others think that the things he does are wrong. For Lennie, the things he does, seems to be correct to him, because he lives in his own world, where he make his own rules. His passion of petting soft things, such as small animals, dresses, and people’s hair, leads to disaster. On the other hand we have George. George is a small man who takes care of Lennie…show more content…
Even though Lennie is a different person from the other people, he has good intentions. Lennie is not smart enough but he can be a good friend. He is loyal and people can trust him. That the reason why George is Lennie’s friend. George does not care about Lennie’s situation and he trust in him as Lennie trust in George. In chapter four, the George says, “A guy needs somebody-to be near him” shows that people need other people to be strong and take better decisions. No matter who is that person and how smart is he or she. George does not care about who Lennie is and he considered Lennie his friend, showing that intelligence is not everything. All Lennie actions show his innocence. They way he likes to pet, the way Lennie does not understand the real things and the way of how people treats him is what shows that people do not need to be smart to transcend in life. Or the way George protects Lennie and the way George take decisions in his life and Lennie’s life shows that to exceed in life, you do not need to be the smartest person in life. You only need the
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