How Does George Kill Lennie's Suicide

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“But Curley’s gonna want to shoot ‘im” (Steinbeck 97), said George to Candy. That there? Just an argument between Curley shooting Lennie. Ill explain later, but this is where George is thinking about what he's going to have to do to Lennie, you see Curley is going to want to slowly kill Lennie for killing his wife. But George kills Lennie quick and easy. I think euthanasia (mercy killing) should be allowed because it seems right. If someone is suffering and lying in a hospital bed being kept alive even though they have nothing to live for and nothing to do and they want to die, I believe euthanasia is the right choice in that situation. Just like if George let Lennie live, he would have either been caught by Curley and killed painfully and slowly, or on the run again to end up in a similar situation. …show more content…

In the book “Of Mice and Men” there are two main characters, Lennie and George. Lennie is dumb while George is average intelligence and likes to think ahead. Lennie is so dumb that he gets in these stupid situations, whether it be killing someone by shaking his hand too hard, or touching a dress and the girl calls it rape. Lennie can not live a normal life, he would be unhappy to never get his dream or what he wants. George killing Lennie seemed like the right thing to do. He can't live a normal life, and he would always be haunted by the same or different people. Maybe even killed slowly. In short, Lennie was killed for a reason, I see it as a justified reason. Who would want to be in pain for their entire life? Being on the run, it’s not

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