Of Mice And Men: Friendship - Why does George need Lennie?
Everyone Needs Someone
A person without a friend in the world has no purpose. They become outcasts, with no one to lean on when they're experiencing pain, no one to tell their troubles and problems to, no one to share happiness with, no one to care for.
They have no one to care for them.
George and Lennie share a bond so strong that when one is destroyed, the other inevitably is as well. Steinbeck often stresses how ranchers are loners, and George and Lennie are the only ones who travel in pairs. They seem to be two halves of the same person, and they know how special together they trul…
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