Of Mice and Men Essay | Of Mice and Men: A Character Analysis of George

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Of Mice and Men: A Character Analysis of George

Summary: Reviews the John Steinbeck novel, Of Mice and Men. Provides a character analysis of main character George. Explores the relationship between George and Lennie.
I liked the story of John Steinbeck very much. At the beginning I thought it boring but then I was interested and until the end I was sure that somthing bad will happen and it happened.

I chose George because I liked him more than others. He was a loyal to his friend Lennie, who had childish mind and always had problems, George was protecting him, never let others to bully his friend. but there is an opposite side may be he was looking after Lennie because of loneliness

I mean not to stay alone to have some one to talk because in that time loneliness was the main problem of people. In one episode George said to Lennie: I have you to look after and you have me to look after. But from my point of view it was great...

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