Friendship in Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck
<Tab/>The famous 20th century American author John Steinbeck dealt with many themes in 1937 when he wrote Of Mice and Men. A recurrent theme in this novel is friendship. During the hard times of the Great Depression, often the only thing a person could count on was friendship. For migrant workers who had to move around to find work, it was hard to develop meaningful friendships or a deep understanding of where another person was coming from. The book Of Mice and Men was structured around three friendships: George and Lennie, Lennie and Crooks and Candy and his dog.
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