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Essay | Of Mice and Men: The Relationship Between Lennie and George

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Of Mice and Men: The Relationship Between Lennie and George

Summary: Discusses the novel Of Mice and Men, by John Steinbeck. Explores the relationship between Lennie and George. Describes the major theme of lonliness.
The relationship between Lennie and George is very close throughout the book. Of mice and men is set in the 1930s depression years in America. This means that their relationship was under a lot of strain. It was unusual in those times to be able to sustain friendships because life was all about living for the moment after America's great loss. They are in place called Salinas River near Soledad.

When we are first introduced to Lennie and George the main physical differences are highlighted. Lennie is "huge", " shapeless of face" and compared to a bear. However George is small, quick and thin. " The first man was small and quick." At this time it is not important that George is leading. But as we move on it is shown that George is that dominant of the pair.

During the book...

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