How Does George Kill Lennie Brave

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The bravest are surely those who have the clearest visions of what is before them. glory and danger alike and yet notwithstanding go out to meet it. George, Lennie and mitty show too most bravery in the books Code Orange and Of Mice And Men. Bravery drive most character action.

A migrant farm worker in The Great Depression had to be fearless, to make difficult calls about his friends. In the book Of Mice And Men by John Steinbeck George shot his friend:“And George raised the gun and steadied it, and he brought the muzzle of it close the back of lennie's head...He pulled the trigger”(Steinbeck 106). George feels scared for lennie that Curley's is going to kill Lennie, Curley was going to try too kill lennie because Lennie killed curley's wife. George wants to spend a peaceful last moments of Lennie's life with him. George did not want lennie to die of a horrible death. George had to kill his own friend so he did not die a terrible death by Curley. George and Lennie are best friends and he had to kill his own friend. He did not want to suffer when he is dying, he could just put him out of his misery. Killing Lennie at the end forces for George too either work at the ranch or to have a ranch without his best friend by his side. If lennie was not their they can not run the farm without him. Lennie is the …show more content…

in the book Of Mice And Men by Steinbeck it says that. “Curley’s fist was swinging when lennie reached for it. The next minute Curley was flopping like a fish on a line”,(Steinbeck 63). Lennie is feeling bad about himself because he did something bad even thought Lennie was being brave all along. Since Lennie is mentally handicapped he does not know a lot and he stood for himself. Usually he would be scared and just be beat up but he beat up Curley instead. Lennie crushes curley's hand forces him to stay away from curlers wife and Curley at all times. some people say that naive rives most character

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