Imperfection In John Steinbeck's Of Mice And Men

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Imperfection is Inevitable Perfection cannot last forever and nothing is permanent. Things can take a turn for the worst when you least expect it, causing the perfection of your dreams to not exist. There are many examples of this theme shown throughout the story. Lennie cannot stay in one place for one time, causing the dream of a farm to be unrealistic. On page 7 of the novel, George says, “I could get along so easy and so nice if I didn't have you on my tail.” George enforces the thesis of nothing is permanent by telling Lennie that he could easily leave him and “get along so easy and nice.” Curley's wife was murdered, despite her having a perfect body. This shows that perfection cannot last forever because her perfection was ruined by
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