Of Mice and Men Essay | George Needs Lenny More Than Lenny Needs George

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George Needs Lenny More Than Lenny Needs George

Summary: The following essay is about the relationship between two of the characters, Lenny and George, and their dream in the play "Of Mice and Men" by John Steinbeck.
George does need Lenny more than Lenny needs George. George and Lenny both have a simple yet beautiful dream; and George needs Lenny to keep the idealism of the dream alive. Its through Lenny's innocence and disability that allows George to be drawn to believe in the dream. Through this dream, George believes he can escape loneliness and become a family with Lenny. George feels the need to believe he `belongs'.

Lenny also needs George as Lenny depends on George for guidance, support, and to take care of him. Lenny also needs George to keep his dream alive. George and Lenny both have the same dream, but Lenny is on a different level of the dream. For Lenny, the dream is about getting to tend the rabbits, and for George, the dream is about feeling the need to `belong'.

It is through...

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