"Of Mice and Men" - Mercy Killing
"Never you mind. A guy got to sometimes. . ." Slim's words scream out a man's need to do what he has to at one time or another in life. George felt this way with Lennie. He felt that he was the one that had to take Lennie's life. In John Steinbeck's, "Of Mice and Men", George's actions justified mercy killing as necessary in certain situations.
George killing Lennie was the right thing to do. George felt compassion for Lennie. They had a brotherhood bond that could not be broken. George tried his best to protect others from Lennie as well as, Lennie from himself. …
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