How Steinbeck Portrays the character of Lennie & George in "Of Mice & Men"
In the story "Of Mice & Men", John Steinbeck creates a pair of low-class companionship as the story's main character. This pair of companionship, George and Lennie is very different from each other, nothing alike, no matter talking about their figures, personality, IQ, etc, except that they both carry the same American dream as they spend their hard days traveling together and working in the ranch.
Lennie is portrayed as being childlike. He looks up on George as a parental figure: "Lennie's lips quivered and tears started in his eyes." Lennie seek reassurance from George like a c…
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