Of Mice and Men Essay | George and Lennie's Relationship in 'Of Mive and Men'

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George and Lennie's Relationship in 'Of Mive and Men'

Summary: A common question asked is who needs whom more. Does George need Lennie more or does Lennie need George more?

Who Needs Whom?

Corey Bolieau

11th English, 4th

May 18th, 2006

Thesis Report

Opposites attract

Have you ever wondered how two people, who are completely different, can have such a good relationship? It's called symbiosis. Symbiosis is when two things (in this case people) with different strengths and weaknesses help each other out for the betterment of both. The perfect example of symbiosis can be found between two characters in John Steinbecks Of Mice and Men. These two characters are George Milton and Lennie Small, two migrant workers.

Lennie Small is a rather large fellow. He is also very strong, maybe too strong. He is constantly getting in trouble because he likes to tough things. One time in Weed, Lennie saw a girl in a red dress. Well, he thought the dress was pretty and wanted to touch it. When he grabbed...

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