In the novel of mice and men by john steinbeck, the part of the plot where george and lennie run away from weed is very important this is because it shows the beginning or continuation of a behavioral pattern. Of mice and men is a novella written by author john steinbeck published in 1937, it tells the story of george milton and lennie small, two displaced migrant ranch workers, who move from place to place in california in search of new job opportunities during the great depression in the united states. Video: george milton in of mice and men: description & quotes in this lesson, we will look at the character of george milton from john steinbeck's novel ''of mice and men'', and see how his character develops from mean and quick-tempered to a caring and responsible man.
In john steinbeck’s of mice and men,lennie is a mentally challenged and strong migrant worker who travels with george, his smart friend when the body of curley’s wife was found at their new place of work, everyone knew lennie had done it. The ultimate reason why george killed lennie is because george knew that it was more humane to end lennie's life quickly, the police or others like curley who wanted revenge not justice might not.
The boss thinks that george is taking lennie's money (selling him out) he thinks this because george won't let lennie talk.
George remebers what candy said about his dog being shot, saying i should have done it myself the most painful thing to watch would be lennie being tortured to death source(s) steinbeck, john of mice and men penguin books, 2017. Of mice and men why are george and lennie different from the other guys like us that work on ranche chapter 1 of mice and men asked by sharon m #277853 on 12/20/2013 12:39 am last updated by kenny z #531476 on 5/19/2016 7:23 pm answers 2 add yours.
Nyhan of mice and men of mice and men by john steinbeck was a book that told the ultimate demonstration of love george had for lennie the first instant that george demonstrated that he cared for lennie was when he asked lennie to give him the mouse he had pulled out of the river.