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Caring or Interference of George in "Of Mice and Men"

Summary: Essay shows how George did not allow Lennie to develop as a person in the novel "Of Mice and Men."
Is caring too much for someone a wrong thing to do? In the book, Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, George cares after his mentally disabled friend Lennie. However, George interfered with Lennie's independent and mental development. George was always thinking for Lennie and telling Lennie what to think and what to do. George constantly cared for Lennie which made Lennie dependent on other people, especially George, which made Lennie helpless when he was by himself. Lennie also had a mind of a child because George always treated him like one. George kept him confined in thoughts of rabbits and childish things and never let Lennie expand his mind to adult things. Also, George lured Lennie to do the right thing so Lennie didn't learn about why he was doing what he was told. He just did it for...

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