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  • George And Lennie's Dream
    455 words
    In Of Mice and Men, written by George Steinbeck, George and Lennie's vision is of a place of their own, where they can live and have rabbits and can be protected from hurt. As the two men think about their dreams of the future, Candy, Crooks, and even Curley's wife reveal that they also have dreams of a life far different from this present one. George trusts Lennie too much and as a result, Lennie kills both Curley's wife and George's dream at the same time. The relationship between George and L...
  • George And Lennie
    496 words
    Of Mice and Men I aint got no people, George said. I seen the guys that go around on the ranches alone. That aint no good. They dont have no fun. After a long time they get mean. They get want in to fight all the time (41). A major theme in Steinbeck's novel Of Mice and Men is loneliness. The characters George, Lennie, Candy and Curleys wife each suffer from loneliness even though their isolation varied. The old swamper Candy, was destroyed by isolation as a result of two main factors, one being...
  • Evident In Candy And His Dog's Relationship
    1,011 words
    In the story, there are two oddly paired men, who travel side by side and support each other with the goal of living the ideal life. In a world of loneliness and trouble, these characters, George and Lennie, find comfort within the presence of each other. Another friendship within the story is between Candy and his dog. In John Steinbeck's novella, Of Mice and Men, the author suggests that the friendships between the two sets of individuals have parallel connections. By observing the characters'...
  • Candy And Crooks
    498 words
    In the book "of mice and men" John Steinbeck writes about the idea of loneliness. For men like those at a California ranch, loneliness is about all they have to look forward to and for 3 men names Candy, Crooks, and George. They face loneliness at a higher rate than most. George the easy-going caretaker of lonnie looks at loneliness a different way. George has been taking care of lonnie ever since lonnie's aunt Clara died a long time ago. Moving from ranch to ranch, George finds himself unable t...
  • Lennie And George's Dream
    921 words
    'Of Mice and Men' is a book about 2 men and their struggle to achieve their dream of owning a farm through their companionship. The two men are completely different, one being a retarded fellow (Lennie), and the other, a typical ranch hand (George) who travels with him. On the path to achieving their dream, they run into obstacles, but stick together, stressing the importance of true friendship. Steinbeck wrote this book to tell us how important it is to have a friend to share your life with. Th...
  • Relationship Between Lennie And George
    1,896 words
    At the mention of the name, "John Steinbeck", many associations can be made to the classic works produced by the man. However, he did not begin his life as a successful writer. Growing up in Salinas, California, Steinbeck lived the life of a common man, working to survive in the Land of Promise. He began to develop a taste for writing; however, he studied marine biology while he attended Stanford University. Without graduating with a degree, Steinbeck began working as a laborer and reporter for ...

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