Importance Of Dreams And Dreams In John Steinbeck's Of Mice And Men

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In the 1900’s, many were in poverty and losing their jobs. They were running out of money and didn’t have many places to go. People had endless hopes and dreams that they wanted to accomplish, but with the circumstances at the time it was difficult for certain dreams to come true. In the book written by John Steinbeck, Of Mice and Men, there are multiple characters that all have fulfillments they want to accomplish in their life,but unfortunately they weren’t able to complete the goals they had set up in their lives. Often times people always have hopes, dreams and people that are special to them but at times when problems arise with these certain things, they have to let go of them. In Mice of Men, when George is not able to save up enough money to buy a farm and take care of Lennie at the same time. In chapter 6, George had to shoot Lennie because he realized that Lennie wouldn’t be able to tend the rabbits like he wanted to after Lennie made another mistake. He had just killed Curley’s wife on accident because he was just trying to pet her hair.Lennie was always getting into trouble, making it hard to settle down somewhere on a farm. George’s dream was too much for him to exceed at once and he had to let go of Lennie, even Slim knew it. He said, “You hadda, George. I swear you…show more content…
George had to let go of Lennie if he wanted to follow his dream and live the life he wanted. In Of Mice and Men,most of the characters face having to deal with the loss of their loved ones or hopes because keeping them was nearly impossible under the circumstances. People often have to let go of the things they want in life if they want to continue to progress in their
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