How Does George And Lennie Compare Him To A Bear

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In the book Of Mice and Men two migrant workers, George and Lennie are dropped of miles away from the farm where they are going to be starting their new jobs. George and Lennie are completely different men, George is a tiny dark man with sharp strong features. Lennie is the total opposite of George he is a giant tall man with a dull face. As the two are walking towards the farm they have a nice conversation. From this conversation George realizes that Lennie might have a tiny mental problem. In the story, it says that “Lennie walked heavily, dragging his feet a little, way a bear drags his paws. His arms did not swing at his sides, but hung loosely. (pg. 2, para 2)” I believe they compare him to a bear because he might have a slight mental problem. Therefore he does not get comprehend things as fast as others. This reminds me of a little that is pouting and does not want to keep on walking. Hayzen my little cousin walks like this sometimes when does not want to go somewhere or when we yell at him. O.K. Someday—we 're gonna get the jack together and we 're…show more content…
Have you ever jumped when you thought you were alone but then find out that someone else is there. Well in the book Candy spoke they both jumped as though they had been caught doing something reprehensible. (pg.65 para 4) This reminds me of a few times that someone has scared me because I thought that I was alone. The one time that terrified me is when I was wrapping presents for my sister and she walked into the house. I hurried to hide the presents before she walked into the room. In Of Mice and Men there is a bunch of quotes and sayings that I felt a connection with but these ones spoke to me the most. From friend quotes to dream and future quotes they all seem to help me connect with the charterers and the book more and more as I read. Although there were some quotes that I did not understand right or did not connect to me, I felt as if I was in the book as one of the characters as I read Of Mice
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