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Do you think that killing Lennie was the right thing to do I do Believe that killing Lennie was the right thing to do because if he didnt then Lennie would have died a slow cruel painful death if caught by the ranchers Another reason why it was good for Lennie to die is because if they ran away and were caught they both would have been punished for Lennies crime and stupidity Thirdly it was better for Lennie to die because he would continued a cycle of death and pain that would have stopped them from completing their dream In the following paragraphs I will explain my three reasons My first reason why Lennie should have died is because he could have died a slow painful death if caught My reason for saying this is that in the book when Curly found his wife dead he immediately wanted to hurt Lennie Another reason why is because this would have been the perfect excuse for Curly to hurt Lennie Also Lennie died thinking happy thoughts and did not realize his death It was quick and painless Lastly George would have moaned the death of his friend if he didnt do it himself He would have made the same mistake as Candy My second reason is if Lennie and George ran away and were caught the ranchers would have thought it was a set up and punished or killed them both I dont know if you get it but that is not a good thing Thirdly it would have continued an endless cycle of death and pain that would of stopped them from completing their dream This would have affected Candy as well because then he would not be able to pay for most of the ranch and they would never earn enough money to buy the ranch on their own In conclusion I know it was better for Lennie to die because of three main
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