Lennie In John Steinbeck's Of Mice And Men

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The relationship between the two men are very irregular. Lennie is described as a big man with a very limited emotional and intellectual disposition. Lennie is like a child in a man's body.However,George is smaller in stature but quick mentally, he does much of the talking and thinking for them.They both share a bond of friendship in because they are both very lonely and in a way don’t even realize .Lennie’s relationship with George is very rough or like I stated above irregular.Lennie always saw George as role mole or a parent figure to Lennie. George is in fact the most important person in his life; George is his guardian and only friend.. Every time he does anything that he knows is wrong, his first thought is of George’s disapproval for instances there is a quote that Lennie says , ““I done a real bad thing,” he said. “I shouldn’t of did that. George’ll be mad. An’ .”” this quote is right after Lennie broke Curly’s wife neck and he knew that he “done a real bad thing” the first thing he thought of was what would George think or George’s disapproval of the situation and…show more content…
He has assumed responsibility for Lennie’s welfare and has, several times, been forced to run because of trouble Lennie has inadvertently caused. He makes Lennie that source of all of his life problems;every single problem George has is based off the fact that Lennie is such a huge problem to George ; the hole point of this long exaggeration is to state that George life is according to him is actually really hard. However, despite George’s frequent bouts of anger and frustration, and his long speeches about how much easier life would and could be without Lennie and having to assist on Lennie every need we know this because of the quote,’’“God, you’re a lot of trouble,” said George. “I could get along so easy and so nice if I didn’t have you on my tail. I could live so easy and maybe have a
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