The Role Of Happiness In John Steinbeck's Of Mice And Men

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Of Mice and Men, a novel by John Steinbeck, happiness is the most intriguing, and clear desire to all of the characters in the short story novel Of Mice and Men. George became happy when he thought up the idea of having a ranch like when he was a kid, all he wanted to do was to be happy. He wanted no worries at all, no worries about where to sleep at night, no worries about food, nothing! So when you think about it, everything that George does in this book was to be happy, or was to make others happy. When Lennie said he wanted to tend the rabbits at the farm, this is all Lennie could think of. There was nothing else on his mind, but to tend the rabbits at the made up ranch. Therefore when you look back at it everything that Lennie did was
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