The Farm In John Steinbeck's Of Mice And Men

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The farm is imagenary and it’s like a real place to George and Lennie. The farm is where they want to be when they get enough money. The farm is a safe heaven for them and it’s also always been a dream for them to come true. This farm also becomes a sybol for Lennie’s and George’s relationship and a place where they can be independent and free. At the farm George wouldn;t have to worry about Lennie so much and Lennie would be able to pet all the mice and rabbits he wanted. Later in the story this dream almost became real because Candy said he’d pitch some money in, but in thed end it never happened.
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