The Role Of Decision Making In John Steinbeck's Of Mice And Men

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Decision making is hard to do, especially if it is a hard decision to make. In Of Mice and Men it is hard decision when George kills Lennie. John Steinbeck wrote Of Mice and Men during the Great Depression in the United States. The novel Of Mice and Men reflected of the story of migrant workers trying to find work in the depression. The two men are migrant workers finding work on a ranch. George and Lennie are two men trying to find work. Lennie is a big man and good at work but he has a disabled. George is Lennie's caretaker after his aunt dies. They travel around together and do everything together, george tells Lennie a story after the depression is other and they have anof money to buy land and live off of the crops and animals they raise.
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