Relationships In John Steinbeck's Of Mice And Men

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Relationships can be great! They can also not matter or be bad both partners. In the novella Of Mice and Men, written by John Steinbeck, there are many different types of relationships. In this book Of Mice and Men, there are several different relationships, including Lennie and George, Curley and Curley's wife, and Crooks and Slim. First off, in the book of mice and men, there are several different relationships, the first being Lennie and George. Lennie and George's relationship is kind of like an older brother to little brother relationship. Because Lennie will do anything George says he really looks up to him, like he is his older brother. George needs to watch and keep after Lennie. George promise Lennie's aunt that he would take care of Lennie when they left and make sure he doesn't get into any trouble. The first relationship in the book Of Mice and Men is Lennie and George.…show more content…
Curley and Curley's wife's relationship is of a husband and wife relationship, but they don't seem that connected. Although they are husband and wife, Curley's wife said she wanted to be an actress, but when she was told no, she married curly. Also, Curley's wife is not treated fairly in her relationship with Curley, as she is treated like an object. In the book she doesn't even have a name, she is just Curley's wife. The second relationship in the book Of Mice and Men is Curley and Curley's
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