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Of Mice and Men: A Character Analysis of Slim

Summary: Analysis of the character Slim from Of Mice and Men, a novel by John Steinbeck. Maintains that Slim in addition to being the protagonist, was the hero of the American novel.
Slim was one of the most unique characters in Of Mice and Men. Without Slim, John Steinbeck's book would not have had the same effect. He gave the book the idea of a hero. Slim was caring, understanding, and a great leader. Slim's best characteristic was how he always thought of others.

From the beginning, Slim was very nice to the odd pair. "His tone was friendly. It invited confidence without demanding it"(34). He always had a listening ear. Slim was kind to Lennie and knew why Lennie did some of the strange things he did. "' It ain't your fault,' he said. `This punk sure had it comin' to him'"(64). When Lennie crushed Curley's hand Slim saw past how hurt Curley was to see Lennie's fright. Slim willingly gave Curley a drink when he was hurt. "He held it...

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