Friendship In John Steinbeck's Of Mice Of Men

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Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be in a good relationship? Well, if you have not, then you obviously don’t know anything about a true friendship. Friendships are all different in many ways. Some people may have a very bad relationship, and are forced to be with them. Other people could have the opposite of that. Meaning that they show compassion, and love towards one another. John Steinbeck Introduces all of these types of relationships throughout the novel Of Mice of Men. When people find companionship, other people won’t understand it. In the novel of mice of men two people are introduced. There names are George and Lennie. George is a nice fellow, but tends to lose his temper at times. George shows in the beginning of the…show more content…
They start to center on Curley’s wife, and they talk about her dream to be an actress. As the topic changes slowly again, everyone is still focused on curley’s wife. Curley is still looking at her uncontrollable. She notices this and responds as quickly as possible. she says to lennie that sense he likes to pet things a lot; lennie can touch her hair. As he does so he begins to pet her hair very hard and does not notice how much he is hurting her, as he notices her defying look on her face he gets scared, and begins to clench onto her hair harder. eventually Lennie has pet his hair so much that he has cracked her neck. As lennie notices this he gets scared, and remembers that george told him to hide by the riverbed if he has done something bad. Lennie does so. As the boys come back from the town, they notice that lennie is missing. all of them check everywhere, they checked the barn and noticed curley's wife lying dead on the floor. They have come to the conclusion that lennie has done it himself. every man except george runs after him to try to kill Lennie in response to killing curley’s wife. instead of George running wild with the other men, George grabs a gun from his bunkhouse, and has made the decision to take lennie out of his misery of
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