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Of Mice and Men was written bye John Steinbeck and is a fictional book Of Mice and Men is a book about two life long friends named George and Lennie They go to a farm to do some farm work after having to run away from their old town Weed In their new farm they meet many people including Curley a little boxer guy who hates big guys like Lennie and Curleys wife who is a tart Lennie and George have many grand adventures on the farm but one day while George is out playing horseshoes Lennie accidentally kills Curleys wife Lennie runs away but when the guys come back to find Curleys wife dead George is forced to kill his friend The four people responsible for Lennies death are George Curleys wife Lennie and Curley The person most responsible for Lennies death is George The reasons why I think this is mainly because George shot Lennie in the end of the book Also George left Lennie alone in the barn giving Curleys wife a chance to come and talk to him and that is when Lennie killed her George should have given Lennie more instructions on what he was supposed to do while George was out with his friends The second most responsible for Lennies death is Curleys wife The reasons why I think this is because she provoked Lennie into talking to her and into petting her hair She was lonely and wanted someone to talk to but she also was very flirtatious with Lennie When she yelled she scared Lennie which made him hold on to her neck harder Curleys wife shouldnt have been flirting and seeking other men while she had a husband The third most responsible person for Lennies death is Lennie himself The reason I think this is because Lennie killed Curleys wife which made George have
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