Of Mice And Men George And Lennie The imperfection of man,
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In John Stienbecks novel Of Mice and Men George was justified in killing his best friend Lennie. There are many reasons that George was justified. Curly was going to kill him anyways because he took one of the most precious things away from Curly, his wife. Lennie had a problem, his problem was that he could never stay out of trouble and even if George got them out of that situation Lennie would have continued to touch things and get him into trouble. George didn’t want Lennie to get caught and be either tortured or murdered so he took it upon himself to do it. This story is about two migrant workers, George and Lennie. Lennie is a large, gentle mentally retarded man, devoted to George and dependant upon him for protection and guidance.