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George and Lennie recognise that they are different because they have each other and understand that this is very compainon for them. Evidence But not us!
Analysis The way that Lennie repeats this sentence to George demonstrates that he has learnt it through saying it many times, as he cuts George off to complete this mantra. Even though George sometimes gets annoyed with Lennie, their friendship is the most important thing in both of their lives and it means that they protect each other.
George takes this to an extreme length by killing Lennie at the end of the book in order to shield him from Curley. The other men cannot understand the relationship between George and Lennie How does Steinbeck show this? Evidence I said what stake you got in this guy?
Well, I never seen one guy take so much trouble for another guy. I just like to know what your interest is. Boss speaking to George about Lennie Lonelly The Boss is immediately suspicious that George answers for Lennie and cannot understand why they are travelling together.
This demonstrates the way in which the men on the ranch are unable to fully appreciate the benefits of companionship as they have been isolated for so long. Men like Curley and Carlson do not recognise the value of forming relationships and cannot empathise with who that do. Many of the characters are lonely and searching for companionship How does Steinbeck show this?
All of them seek out companionship but are friehd to find it. Crooks to Lennie Analysis Due to him being so isolated on the ranch, Crooks understands the need for human relationships. He explains the need to have contact with others, no matter how meaningless it may be.
This emphasises the damage that loneliness causes and how important friendships can be in such a harsh environment.