How Does Steinbeck Present George And Lennie's Friendship

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George and Lennie’s relationship shows us the true meaning of friendship. George and Lennie have a stronger bond that builds a stronger relationship. They show us that anyone can have a friendship like them. They show us no matter what happens they are always there for one another. George an Lennie take care of one another. Lennie tells George “Because I got you an we got each other, that’s what, that’s who gives a hoot in the hell about us,” (Steinbeck 36) This shows how George and Lennie connect and how much their friendship means to each other. George tells Slim “I knowed his Aunt Clara. She took him when he was a baby and raised him up. When his Aunt Clara died, Lennie just come along with me out workin’, got kind of used to each other after a while” (40) George started taking care of Lennie when his Aunt Clara died. George tells Slim “It aint so funny, him an me goin’ aroun’ together” (39) This shows that George and Lennie have traveled together a long time creating a stronger friendship and a stronger bond between one another.…show more content…
George tells Lennie “with us it aint like that, we got a future. We got somebody to talk to that gives a damn about us” (36) This shows how strong George and Lennies friendship is strong and that they always have each others backs. George tells Candy “If me an Lennie work a month and don’t spen’ nothin’, we’ll have a hundred bucks. That’d be four fifty. I bet wo could swing her for that. Then you an Lennie could go get her started an’ I’d get a job an’ make up the rest an’ you could sell eggs an’ stuff like that” (60) George, Candy and Lennie are planning out their dream and how it will work out. George tells Lennie “Sure we will, red and blue and green rabbits Lennie, millions of em” (16) Lennie is looking forward to getting rabbits and he thinks they will be all different

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