Of Mice and Men Essay | "Of Mice and Men": Friendship Theme

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"Of Mice and Men": Friendship Theme

Summary: Focuses on the theme of friendship in John Steinbeck's "Of Mice and Men".
John Steinbeck's "Of Mice and Men" is focused around the theme of how two men have come together and are such good friends in a time when most people had nothing. They have each other and even though they may not always get along they have learned to accept the differences and stick together, because in the end all they have is each other, which is what separates them from everyone else.

George and Lennie are two very different men both mentally and physically. In spite of their differences they still manage to be the best of friends, work together, and travel together. The reason being is because their differences is what makes them so close. On one hand you have George who is a very smart, fit man always on guard. Then you have Lennie who lacks intelligence, is always off in space...

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