Of Mice and Men Essay | A Comparison of Friendship in "Of Mice and Men" and "A Separate Peace"

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A Comparison of Friendship in "Of Mice and Men" and "A Separate Peace"

Summary: Compares the friendship between George and Lennie in the novel "Of Mice and Men" by John Steinbeck and Gene and Finny in the novel "A Separate Peace" by John Knowles.
Of Mice and Men and A Separate Peace were both stories about the friendship between two unlike characters. In Of Mice and Men, we had George and Lennie, who were constantly moving from town to town to protect Lennie from people who were scared of him. A Separate Peace focused on the friendship between Gene and Phineas at a boy's school during the beginning of World War II. The common element that both of these stories focus on is the way one friend depends on the other and loves him even though he may not be a very good friend at times. A Separate Peace took place in 1942-1943, and the whole story was affected by the war that had just begun and every student felt that they needed to enlist to serve their country. Of Mice...

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