Novel: Of Mice and Men; "Was George justified when he killed Lenny?"
Of Mice and Men
<Tab/>In the book Of Mice and Men, there are two main characters. George and Lennie, they at first seem like close friends and through the book, they really are friends. From what George does, he doesn't want Lennie's money or anything else. At the end of the book, George only had one option. George did the right thing.
<Tab/>When we first meet George and Lennie, they were running away from Weed, CA for something that Lenny did. A few pages later, Lennie is found with a dead mouse. Towards the end of the book George crushes Curly's hand, kills a…
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