Of Mice and Men Essay | Of Mice and Men

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Of Mice and Men

Summary: Discusses the novel "Of Mice and Men" by John Steinbeck.
Suffering a mentally handicapped person through all life George was really a person to look up to. He sacrificed his life to his friend Larry, a giant who was as strong as a bull but mentally developed as a five-year old boy. I did not trace in what kind of relationship he was to George, but I know that he was mistakenly treated as George's cousin. The only normal explanation for Gorge's kindness would be that he took the responsibility for taking after Larry because he would his brother and their parents would be dead.

The figure of George masterly acted, planned and developed. He is represented as a holy man with no other intentions and personal wishes. George is always altruistic, quiet, and deep in thought how to make his and Larry's life better and besides he is always watchful of Larry. Actually he has...

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