Of Mice And Men Lonely Analysis

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Register to read the introduction…Most of the time men are seen traveling alone, so when the owner saw that George and Lennie traveled together; he didn't trust George because most of the time people aren't seen traveling together unless the other person sn owes money. “ Well, I never seen one guy take so much trouble for another guy. I just like to know what your interest is.” The owner was suspicious because the time was set when the Great Depression existed. When people were greedy and lonely and that was one of the things Lennie and George tried to avoid. But sadly the intimacy of George and Lennie didn’t last long because of Lennie’s mental state. Although George had Lennie he had always felt lonely before he died because of his state and probably will after he dies. Other characters who were similar to George was Candy. Both are similar because they had a choice to kill something they most valued and were told to do it without a desire. Candy had a choice to kill his dog but didn’t do it because he didn’t want to hurt…show more content…
George didn’t want Lennie’s last moments in the hands of Curly but also it would’ve been painful for George to watch Lennie be killed. Most of the characters in this book are seen as lonely because of their problems. What made them different then most of the people who worked there was that they dreamt of having something of their own. This was known as the American Dream but what was different about their dream is that they try to accomplish it by saving up their money. Unlike others who spent their money on a cathouse and not give effort to accomplish their dreams. “You’re nuts… I seen hundreds of men come by on the road an’ on the ranches, with their bindles on their back an’ that same damn thing in their
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