Love In John Steinbeck's Of Mice And Men

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”If there ever comes a day when we can’t be together, keep me in your heart, I’ll stay there forever. “ says Winnie the Pooh. Love can be the glue to keeping a relationship solid or it can be the object to destroy it. But the outcome of love can not be determined. In the book Of Mice and Men by: John Steinbeck tells a story of the different kinds of actions that were risked through friendship. George and Lennie are best friends and they do everything together which is difficult for this time period because most guys carry their own weight. After the incident in Weed causes them to leave town and find work in Murray and Ready’s, a small town ranch. Lennie and George are hard workers because they hope that they can fulfill their dream of living of the fatta…show more content…
George make the decision to kill Lennie out of love- so did Romeo and Juliet. The play Romeo and Juliet by: William Shakespeare tells a story of star crossed lovers, who fall in love by accident. Romeo was at Juliet’s party to check out his first crush, Rosaline, but Juliet stole his heart. After getting married after not knowing each other for 24 hours, Romeo kills some of her family members causing him to get banished and Juliet to get an arranged marriage to Paris. Juliet fakes her death to only have Romeo come and “save her”, and commit suicide which leads to Juliet committing suicide as well. Since the Montagues and the Capulets children died over their love for each other the parents decided to end the fued. Love can make people make crazy decisions for instance Romeo and Juliet or George and Lennie.George and Lennies relationship was stronger than Romeo and Juliets because: They are more patient with one another, they have more trust between them, and are make better decisions than Romeo and Juliet
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