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The Importance of Friendship in "Of Mice and Men"

Summary: In "Of Mice and Men," John Steinbeck emphasizes the importance of friendship for a happy life. The reader can see this in the scene where Crooks tells Lennie that George is not coming back.
In three of John Steinbeck's books, he shows his readers of how companionship can lead to a happier life. The first book that shows his general theme of friendship is Of Mice and Men. During Steinbeck's work of literature, he uses events and symbolism to give his readers the message of how friendship is the key to a more joyful life.

John Steinbeck uses an event in his book Of Mice and Men to prove his theme of how friendship is important for a joyful life. This event occurs on page 52 of the book. In this point of the book, some of the stable hands try to make Candy get rid of his dog. However, Candy us reluctant to get rid of it, because he has had it since the day that it was born. He also does not want to...

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