Summary Of John Steinbeck's Of Mice And Men

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In the book of Of Mice and Men, Steinbeck characterizes George and Lennie through a way of describing them as having each other’s backs all the time. In the barn, Lennie is speaking with Crooks. “Ain’t nobody goin’ to talk no hurt to George” (Steinbeck 72). This is explaining that Lennie is caring for George and he doesn’t want to talk about him being hurt. The author is expressing symbolism because of the way Lennie appears defensive and how he talks to Crooks in anger. The symbol is like how Lennie says as he acts supporting in a way to defend George.This comes to characterization when Lennie seems as he does defend George as he feels like though he isn’t smart, what matters to him is that George is always with him and safe. George is

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