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Of Mice And Men By Steinbeck Masterpiece
A common characteristic of people is they\'re yearning for something more.
Everyone has dreams and ambitions that they try desperately to attain. Most of
the time these dreams are harmless but other times, what seems normal and doable
turns bad and can hinder not only themselves but also others in the process.
George from Of Mice And Men was a poor, traveling farmer who\'s only goal in life
was to live in his own land and have a successful agricultural business. In
trying to make his dream come true he hurt a lot of feelings, Lenny\'s
especially, he ruined other peoples reputations, and forgot who he was for
awhile. Lenny was a kind, dumb farmer who had the utmost respect for George.
Unfortunately George took advantage of it sometimes. Lenny would do whatever he
was told if it meant having rabbits and living on George\'s\' land with him. Lenny
was very strong and great in the fields which was probably the main reason
George kept him around at first; but you suddenly get hints that George does in
fact have a place in his heart for Lenny. Lenny\'s ignorance leads him to trouble
just as much as his dreams of rabbits and land. In fact, Lenny\'s death is
indirectly the cause of his hopes and dreams. A third character that came off as
a dreamer was Curly\'s wife. Curly was very obsessive and mean to her. His cruel
treatment made her try and find comfort in another man, which happened to be
Lenny. Lenny\'s inability to feel safe and secure around her made something in
him snap, which led to her death. The woman\'s dreams of a kind-hearted husband
who treated her with respect was the cause of her tragic death. Of Mice And Men
is very ironic in the sense that having dreams can be a good thing or it can
even be deadly, especially in Lenny\'s case. The book makes you decide, should I
be realistic or should I try and make my dreams come true?
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