Of Mice and Men Essay | George and Lennie's Friendship in "Of Mice and Men"

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George and Lennie's Friendship in "Of Mice and Men"

Summary: In John Steinbeck's "Of Mice and Men," Lennie and George rely upon their friendship to survive: Lennie depends upon his friendship with George to make the correct decisions. George relies upon the friendship with Lennie to plan for the future.
In John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men, both Lennie and George rely on their friendship to survive. Lennie depends on his friendship with George to make the correct desisions. George relies on the friendship he has with Lennie in order to plan for the future. While Lennie depends on George, in some ways George depends on Lennie. For example, despite George's impatience and annoyance with Lennie, and his remarks about how easy his life would be without him, George would lead a much harder life. George always explains to Lennie what is correct and incorrect and makes sure that Lennie behaves. Finally, in order for George to have a future in mind, George needs Lennie.

Even though George sometimes feels frustrated with Lennie and constantly reminds him about how easy his life would be without him, George has no desire to...

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