How Is Lennie Presented In Of Mice And Men

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PERSUADABLE Within this novel, we see Lennie be persuaded into many different problems. One of the first instances of this is when George encourages Lennie to fight back against Curley. (Page 63 paragraph two) “Get him, Lennie. Don’t let him do it.” is what Georges said when Curley begins punching Lennie. Although this incident doesn’t clearly represent how Lennie was persuaded, it does show how George influences Lennie to take action against Curley's attacks. However a more obvious example is later shown during Lennie’s encounter with Crooks. During this encounter Crooks fills Lennie's head with misleading hypotheticals. (Page 71, paragraph 2) ”S’pose george don’t come back no more. S’pose he took a powder and just ain’t coming back. What’ll you do then?”. Crooks tries put Lennie into a position without George which causes him to panic. To summarize Lennie is persuaded by Crooks into thinking George won’t return for him. UNAWARE Lennie Smalls is someone who is incompetent of understanding the seriousness of some of his actions. Lennie suffer from a sensation that makes him yearn for soft objects. …show more content…

Lennie went approached a girl wearing a dress and unfortunately the girl didn’t understand what Lennie was doing so she pulled away which caused Lennie to hold on. The girl broke free of Lennie’s grasp and went to the police and accused him of rape and all of sudden the situation escalated. Another instance were Lennie is unaware of actions is when he kills his pup. In Lennie’s defensive, the animals look as if it’s going to bit him which causes him to hit it. However, Lennie is clueless of his strength which makes him kill his

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