George And Lennie Character Comparison

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Some scenes in books and movies can make a huge difference to how a character is portrayed by a reader. The character’s personality could seem different, and possibly make them less cared about. I saw a deleted scene from the original Star Wars that showed Luke Skywalker, the main character, have a big conversation with his best friend Biggs. With seeing the scene I was able to see a different, more kiddish Luke. Without the scene, the viewer sees Luke to be a bit more mature. This is the same thing if pages thirteen through sixteen were not included in the novel Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck. Without that passage in the story, the reader might not have cared about George and Lennie as much as they would have.. With this passage, you are able to see just how much George cares about Lennie. In the passage, George blurts out to Lennie that he wishes he could just live a life without him. “When I think of the swell time I could have without you, I go nuts. I never get no peace.” Then shortly after Lennie says that he could live in the hills, George then tells Lennie he doesn’t want to see him go away, “I want you to stay with me, Lennie...” This shows that even though George hates taking care of…show more content…
His Innocence just makes him more of a likeable character. He acts just like a child in this passage the most. You see it by his reaction with the mouse, and the ketchup on the beans and finally the tending of the rabbits on the farm. He also thinks about George in a very loving way; just as if he was George’s brother. This will make Lennie a very likeable character towards the readers. The readers would really want to see him do well in the story. Lennie also wants to see George be happy by offering to live alone in a cave in the hills. He did not want to be a burden to George, so he was willing to do something that would hurt him, but help George making him seem like an innocent
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