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Two Major Changes in Main Character in "Of Mice and Men"

Summary: Essay describes two major changes in the main character of the novel "Of Mice and Men" by Susan Van Kirk.
One major change that George faced is that he became lonely. How that came about is when Lennie killed the lady. The people of the ranch where going to kill him. George was able to get to him first and try to talk it out. It was to late,though. The people from the ranch came and and George had to kill him before they did. That is why George is lonely now.

I thought that George became really selfish. He just thought himself. When he came to Lennie after Lennie killed the lady and the ranchers came, I thought that George was thinking about himself. I think George shot Lennie because the ranchers would think that maybe George had something to do with it because they are like the best friends. George didn't want the ranchers to think...

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