How Is Lennie Presented In Of Mice And Men

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1.Lennie is an important character, without him there wouldn’t be a story. Lennie is the one who generates the most interest/sympathy. The author makes the reader feel sympathy because of his helplessness in the face of the events that happen in the story. Lennie can not avoid the danger. It shows how an innocence character gets destroyed. He is also important to George being his companion. Lennie is very childlike and has no sense of danger and needs George. Without Lennie there would be no story because the whole story involves the relationship between the two men. 2.Loneliness is a part of life on the ranch "Guys like us, that work on ranches, are the loneliest guys in the world. They got no family. They don't belong no place. They come to a ranch an' work up a stake and then they go inta town and blow their stake, and the first thing you know they're poundin' their tail on some other ranch. They ain't got nothin to look ahead to."[13] Nobody likes feeling lonely but they had to deal with it. It shows that during the great depression individuals did not really have anyone and they all just worked for themselves. The loneliness on the ranch contrasts Lennie and George's close relationship by showing how truly important it is to have someone that is important to you. People will be desperate to be involved with people rather…show more content…
She doesn’t have a name either it shows she is not important and lonely.She's important in building the theme of the American dream because she talks about how she could have made it big as an actress, she seems hopeless and this links to the relationships built in the novel. She flirts with the other workers because her beauty is all she has to attract attention from others and has nothing really better to be

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