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A struggle of survival of the inocent or a survival of the wanted Caught between the two the book Of Mice and Men takes a look at problem that may not only have happened but still happens this day In the story George and Lennie face problems of survival but each with problems of their own that lead to an ending of sadness Lennie a man that faces the struggle of living with mental defisciency has a larger problem with security and searches for anything to be his security blanket that most people give up at a young age George faces the problem of not so much needing comany wherever he goes but rather needing someone who needs him Little did George know that Lennie would be not only be to large of a needing person but also the person thats life would proove humans to be inately wrong with will inately good as George is First a look at what Lennie did is needed Lennie appears to be a very insecure person His habbit of petting animals is obviously not just a habbit but rather a cry for comfort Unfortunately for the animals sake they did not live past maybe five simple strokes Lennie did not in any way know that it was his fault that they died To accuse him of killing them animals out of plain brutality would be insane The mouse he found in the very begging of the book was too brital for his strength in his fingers What could be so wrong about having stong figures from the sweat he gave just to please George Lennie simply followed what George asked him to which was work very hard on farms to earn a bit of a living Lennie of course also collected quite a bit of muscles This is what really did the wrong comming back to what Lennie did that was so bad can they be justified
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