Of Mice and Men Essay | Of Mice and Men: The Death of Lennie

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Of Mice and Men: The Death of Lennie

Summary: Analyzes the novel Of Mice and Men, by John Steinbeck. Examines the killing of Lennie by George. Explores if the death was an act of morality or murder.
Morality is not an idea that merely exists in the minds of people. It is not a decision upon which consequences are faced. Morality, however, is the virtuous conduct, a strong pillar upon which the society and its fundamentals are placed. The novel Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck raised a moral question about society: Was it right for George to kill Lennie? This question alone arises so much dispute and difference of opinion that the moral values start to differ and often go opposite direction. One can argue that George murdered Lennie and should have been punished for he transgressed the boundaries society had set for him. However, George had no other way and no other path which would truly prevent him from the dangers Lennie exposed him to. George's final act, which was killing Lennie, is completely justified for...

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