Lennie: The Relationship Between John Steinbeck's Of Mice And Men

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As from chapter one, it was evident that Lennie was a big man with a child-like heart, brain and attitude, he was not an independent man, while George was quite the opposite-a short but averagely intelligent who could live on his own(independent). Due to Lennie’s attitude and behaviour, it will not be wrong to say that the relationship between Lennie and George was that like father and son. It is also obvious that they were in a symbiotic kind of relationship in which Lennie benefited the most out of in the sense that he got taken care of by George while George got only the benefit of
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