Defined as the interdependence of organisms, symbiosis is the basis of the relationship between George and Lennie in “Of Mice and Men” by John Steinbeck.
The novel, "Of Mice and Men", is a story of two migrant farm workers, one mentally retarded, Lennie, and the other, George, is incredibly sensible, who also assumes the role guardian.
Yet what most fail to see is that Of Mice and Men portrays both aspects of human life through the mutual friendship of two uncommonly men, George and Lennie, the dream they both share, and the sudden calamity that befall them....
Along with that, vital quotes will also be included if they play a part with the character’s background and their own ‘American Dream’ The great depression was a worrying problem during the timing of Mice and Men....
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You never know what you’re gonna get.” These words of wisdom maybe true in some cases but In Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, he uses many cases of foreshadowing to help makes future events more predictable.
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Steinbeck’s main characters George, who is classified as a mister know it all so to speak and Lennie, a mentally ill man with the mind of a five year old, have a dream of owning land of their own some day.
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Steinbeck demonstrates the significance of dreams in Of Mice and Men as the essential foundation of motivation and purpose; the plans of hopeful conviction despite misery and destitution clarify the fundamental difference between ma...