The Fate Of Lennie In John Steinbeck's Of Mice And Men

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In John Steinbeck’s novel of Mice and Men, George and Lennie are the best of friends, but at the end George had to decide the fate of Lennie. Lennie’s act of murder caused anger and the desire of revenge in Curley. Because Lennie has Killed Curley 's wife, his own life will be put in the hands of Culey or George. George was right in killing Lennie because the anger of Curley would lead Lennie to a terrible fate, and Lennie would have done such acts again. Curley would have gotten his revenge, and would have not shown any mercy on Lennie killing Lennie with no other escape for what he had done. Curley says, “I’m gonna shoot the guts outa that big jer, even if I only got one hand. I’m gonna get ‘im” (Steinbeck 98).Lennie for sure had no other
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