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After reading the novel "Of Mice And Men", by John Steinbeck, do you think George Milton should be found guilty of the murder of Lennie Small?
Anyone would help their best friend if they needed some jack, but what if they needed to be put to rest? George Milton is not guilty for the murder of his friend, Lennie Small, in the novel Of Mica and Men by John Steinbeck. George should be proven innocent because of three reasons; Curley would have brutally murdered Lennie, George had to stop Lennie from unintentionally hurting others, and it was George's responsibility to end Lennie's derogatory life.
If George did not kill Lennie in the painless way he did, then Curley would have murdered him in a pugnacious and belligerent way that…
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