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Does George Need Lennie as Much as Lennie Needs George?

Summary: Essay provides a comparison between the characters of Lennie and George from "Of Mice and Men" by John Steinbeck.
The novel `Of Mice and Men' was wrote by a man named John Steinbeck. The way Steinbeck put the story across puts a thought in our heads whether Steinbeck had experienced any parts of the story in his life or whether- he just had a creative mind- as the way the characters acted, seemed so realistic.

George Milton and Lennie Small are two travelling ranch workers during the Great Depression in America 1930's. They find themselves dependent on each other in a variety of ways. That's what makes them different than the other ranch workers- they have each other to depend on, but the other ranchers have nobody. They are lonely. Lennie, the enormous man, `shapeless of face`, with `large pale eyes' is a childlike character who relies on George for various things, such as food, shelter, and employment. On the other hand, George, he is a `small...

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