Of Mice and Men Essay | The Three Stereotypes in of Mice and Men

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The Three Stereotypes in of Mice and Men

Summary: Examines themes from the novel, Of Mice and Men, by John Steinbeck. Focuses on the major theme of friendship. Describes how characters in the novel value relationships partly determines how they treat others.
In the book Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, there are three main stereotypes mentioned. There are men like George, who have a travel companion. There are also men like Slim, who are lonely and want friends but do not want to receive the criticism that George and Lennie get. Finally there are men like Curley, who harden themselves as much as possible and do not want any friends. These are important because how these people value relationships partly determines how they treat others.

George puts high value in relationships, so he treats others well. For example, he let's Candy in on his and Lennie's dream of having a farm. He doing this proves that he is nice to others, even if they were not friends for a long time. Also he is caring, for in letting Candy in on the...

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