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When George and Lennie create a dream to have their own farm with their own room and their own rabbits they do not care about how they will ever make their dream possible Just the idea of something better make the two content Curleys wife dreams of going to Hollywood but her mother did not permit Although she could never go to Hollywood she never lost sight of her dreams In the novel Of Mice and Men Steinbecks use of character development proves that forces outside of an individuals control make it impossible to live in a utopian society Throughout Of Mice and Men George claims that his life would ratify superior without the burden of Lennie God amighty if I was alone I could live so easy I could go get a job an work an no trouble No mess at all and when the end of the month come I could take my fifty bucks and go into town and get whatever I want Steinbeck 11 Although George can leave Lennie he mentally feels that taking care of Lennie is his duty since Lennie cannot take care of himself George and Lennie both shared a dream of owning a farm one day but a countless amount of problems stop them from doing so -I think I knowed from the very first I think I knewed wed never do her get the farm He usta like to hear about it so much I got to thinking maybe we would 94 George along with Carlson cannot get the farm of their dream because Lennie kills Curleys wife George does not control his fate and thus neither can he stop his ill-fated future nor can he control his partners uncontrollable behaviorLennie despite strong lacks a mind and for this reason cannot think of anything beyond the present or tending rabbits Yet or for this reason he never tends the rabbits that he dreams of tending He
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