An Analysis of George in "Of Mice and Men".
George is a caring man despite his outward behavior and appearance. After Lennie's Aunt Clara died he agreed to watch after Lennie. He stuck to his promise and was with Lennie up until he died. George is driven by this promise and his desire for the simple life; neither of these drives met any good however. Lennie was so helpless in the face of the world and its dangers that he needed a character like George to enable him to survive.
Lennie's friendship is very important to George; it is one of George's driving motivations. George outlines their friendship early in the book with the follo…
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