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In the story Of Mice Men John Steinbeck creates a pair of low-class companionship as the storys main character This pair of companionship George and Lennie is very different from each other nothing alike no matter talking about their figures personality IQ etc except that they both carry the same American dream as they spend their hard days traveling together and working in the ranch Lennie is portrayed as being childlike He looks up on George as a parental figure Lennies lips quivered and tears started in his eyes Lennie seek reassurance from George like a child does from their parents He displays the excitement of a child Tell me about the rabbits George Tell me about the rabbits Steinbeck suggests that Lennies dependent on George and that we all need companionship even if the relationship is unequal Not only is Lennie portrayed as being childlike but also very forgetful I forgot tried not to forget Honest to god I did George Lennie always gets in trouble and always needs George to help him out Course you did Well look Lennie--- if you jus happen to get in trouble like u always done before I want you to come right here and hide in the bush Not only does he make himself in trouble but also gives trouble to George An whatta I got I got you You cant keep a job and you lose me ever job I get Steinbeck wants to give the readers a hint or preparation that a serious event is going to occur with Lennie he also wants to convey that although Lennie is big it doesnt mean that he has a big brain nor can he be independent and look after himself Lennie is also being put in a character with characteristics like an animal His huge companion dropped his blankets and flung himself down and drank from the green pool drank
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