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Essay | Friendship in "Of Mice and Men"

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Friendship in "Of Mice and Men"

Summary: Examines the friendship between George and Lennie in Steinbeck's "Of Mice and Men".
To define George and Lennie's friendship is to define why peas and carrots go together. George's job is to take care of Lennie because George promises his Aunt Clara. Lennie is slow in most things but is a great worker. Lennie spends most of his time asks George when is he "gonna tend the rabbits." George's tells him "when we get enough money for some land of our own." George and Lennie have a dream, even before they arrive at their new job on the ranch, to make enough money to live "off the fat of the land" and be their own bosses. Lennie will be then get to tend the rabbits. Every time Lennie finds something soft like a mouse he kills it because his hands are too big and heavy. So George tells Lennie like a little kid "giving him to me...

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