How Does Steinbeck Present George And Lennie's Relationship

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Some relationships depend on who your friends in which you have a good or bad relationship with each other. In Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, the two main character are not related, but they become family to one another. The quotation that friends are family, we choose to apply to George and Lennie throughout the novel. George and Lennie are 2 ranch hands who travel together looking for work. As the novel unfolds, the reader is shown how strong their relationship becomes.
In Of Mice and Men, Steinbeck makes George and Lennie have some differences and how they work together to accomplish things like to get a job together. George is talking to Curley the boss at the ranch, and is warning Curley that Lennie is a great worker but is horrible …show more content…

George is the speaker and Lennie is the worker, “Jus’ tell Lennie what to do an’ he’ll do it if it don’t take figuring. He can’t think of nothing to do himself. This quotation relates to the theme, Relationships because George and Lennie are a good team by George talking and Lennie working. Steinbeck used Indirect Characterization by showing that George was talking with Curley without Lennie being there. They were talking about how hard Lennie works and his ethic. I will now talk about how Lennie relies on George to help him make the best decision. George and Lennie just arrived at the ranch and George was introducing themselves to Curley and the workers at the ranch. George was introducing themselves by saying “ We kinda look out for eachother”, George was talking about Lennie, “He ain’t that bright. Hell of a worker though. Hell of a nice fella, but he ain’t bright, I’ve known him for a long

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