Integrity In John Steinbeck's Of Mice And Men

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Maturity, a long debated question, of the level of matureness or integrity a person has. Age plays a role in maturity but experiences mature a person much as they understand the world in which they live in. Age does not determine the level of maturity in person because . Maturity does not rely on age but more to a person’s mentality level. Mentality level plays a role in maturity because it shows the mental abilities of a person. For instance, In the book Of Mice and Men Lennie is a mentally handicapped man. Steinbeck implies that Lennie is a grown man with the mind of a child. Lennie is a great example of how the state of mind is more important compared with age of a person. The identity of a person is also salient in a person’s maturity
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