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

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Thesis: In the novel Of Mice and Men, by John Steinbeck George does need Lennie as much as Lennie needs George because Lennie provides George with companionship, and Lennie motivates George to have a dream. Throughout the story Lennie provides George with a sense of companionship. When Slim meets George and Lennie he is curious about how George and Lennie travel together wherever they go. Slim thinks it is rare to see two men traveling together but George says it's a lot better to travel with someone you know (Lennie). "It's a lot nicer to go around with a guy you know, says George" (35).
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