George could not bare the thought of any one else taking Lennie's life but himself. He did not want Lennie to witness any harm come to him. They met up next to the river and George spoke of their... Only through love and friendship can we create the illusion for the moment that were not alone” Orson Welles.
Lennie was a difficult charge with a mental capacity of a child.
In John Steinbeck's, "Of Mice and Men", George's actions justified mercy killing as necessary in certain situations. George tried his best to protect others from Lennie as well as, Lennie from himself.
What about having to kill that friend, and bury all chances of breaking free from the life of the average migrant worker. These scenarios in John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men illustrate the need and desire for companionship in life.
There's Crooks, the negro stable buck; Curley's wife, whose marriage to Curley hasn't exactly been lively; and George and Lennie, whose friendship is strong enough to get them to a better life and out of the negetive cycle that the average migrant worker became trapped...
The book Of Mice and Men is a popular novel by John Steinbeck and a required read for most high school students.
Most of Steinbeck 's novels have a central theme focusing on the relationship between man and his environment.
There were so many moments of loneliness and sadness throughout the novel, including many deaths.
Following the deaths, they were very unexpected making the novel more intense and latch onto it more.
John Steinbeck wrote the book Of Mice and Men in 1937....
[tags: John Steinbeck, Of Mice and Men, Great Depression] - When asked about John Steinbeck’s career, people often refer to Steinbeck as a playwright, journalist, and a well-known novelist.