How Is Lennie Strong In Of Mice And Men

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The Story Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck is about these two friends that live in California and they go on experiences together and throughout the book they go on ups and downs. John Steinbeck 's makes Lennie very strong, but not very wise in the book. In the book of Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, there are two farm boys searching for the American dream and looking for their perfect ranch. Lennie is not the brightest in the pack meaning that he’s not very smart, but he has a soft charisma and he actually likes soft things too. George doesn’t really have confidence in Lennie for instance on the ranch, George wouldn’t let Lennie talk because George didn’t want Lennie to miss getting the opportunity. The author describes Lennie personality as a very soft guy, but in reality he is very strong and substantial. “ George….. I ain’t got mine. I musta lost it. He looked down at the ground in despair “You never had none, you crazy bastard. I got both em’ here. Think I’d let you carry your own work card.”This reference demonstrates how Lennie is so uncertain because he is not…show more content…
I would say that Lennie is comfortable meaning that he is a superior and charming guy and even though he looks tenacious he 's the complete opposite. I know these things because in the book Lennie finds a mouse running around and he picks it up and starts playing with it, but George tells him to leave the mouse alone but he doesn’t want to let go because the mouse is comforting. This that Lennie has could mean comfort. Lennie is having the mouse and not letting go because he is soft could mean that it comforts Lennie and calms him down. This attribute affects the story because Lennie wouldn’t be the one in the story to start a fight or stand up for himself in any way nor he would let George do it because he’s too
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