Of Mice and Men Essay | Of Mice and Men: A Plot Synopsis

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Of Mice and Men: A Plot Synopsis

Summary: Provides a story synopsis for the novel, "Of Mice and Men," by John Steinbeck. Discusses the relationship between George and Lennie.
The novel is about George and Lennie, two guys that work for make their dream of have their own ranch come true.

They are good workers, Lennie is very strong and big, but the only problem is that he has a mental disorder, and that is one impediment that the reader can recognize.

George is an intelligent person that takes care about Lennie since he was a child, her aunt Clara left Lennie in hands of him and he treats him good and loves him, but he also gets upset with him when Lennie act as a kid.

Their friendship is one of the best things that the reader can perceive because they love each other and they are together all the time, not as the other guys in the ranch company but I'm impact with George because he loves Lennie no matter...

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