When you think about it, George and Lennie are complete opposites. George is a loner who prefers books to company, while Lennie is a sociable blubbering brute who loves nothing more than banging his head against things. Yet despite their differences, these twoCharacters travel together for the majority of the film. And the reason is simple: they are a reflection of each other. In this blog post, we will explore the idea of similarity and how it is used in the story. We will also look at why George and Lennie work so well as a duo and what lessons we can learn from their relationship.
George and Lennie are always together
George and Lennie have been travelling together since George first met Lennie in the small town of Weed. They are inseparable and always seem to find their way into trouble. Despite their differences, George is always there for Lennie when he needs it and Lennie reciprocates by being very loyal to George. In spite of their differences, they appear to always be able to communicate with each other without speaking. There is a deep connection between the two that cannot be explained, but it helps them get through some difficult times.
George wants Lennie to be happy
George wants Lennie to be happy because he understands that Lennie is a simple person who is not used to being in the big city. George knows that it will take some time for Lennie to adjust, but he is willing to help out as much as possible. George also knows that Lennie can be trusted not to harm anyone while they are together.
Lennie is a character that can’t be denied
Lennie is a character that can’t be denied. Whether it’s his innocence or just his overall cuteness, Lennie is hard to resist. There are many people that think that George and Lennie are perfect together, and there’s a good reason for it. Lennie helps take the focus off of George and makes him more likeable. The two of them have some great conversations and they always seem to find something to laugh about. In fact, one of the things that I think makes their relationship so special is how different they are. George is an experienced traveler while Lennie is still trying to figure out who he is. This constant contrast between the two creates some really interesting moments in the story.
What does George do for a living?
George is a character in the novel, “The Catcher in the Rye,” by J.D. Salinger. He is a teenager who lives in New York City with his mother and sister. George works at a mental hospital as a orderly. Lennie Small, also from “The Catcher in the Rye,” is a companion to George during their travels around America. Lennie is mute and has an immense strength and size that often scares people.
In the movie “A Serious Man,” George is a man who’s accomplished a great deal in his life, but he’s also lost all hope. He reluctantly agrees to travel with Lennie, a man who has spent his entire life on the margins of society. As they journey together, George begins to see that there is still something worth fighting for and that he doesn’t have to be alone in his quest. I believe this allegory applies to many people today; we are all on the margins of society at one time or another, but that doesn’t mean we have to stay there. If we are willing to journey alongside others, find common ground, and fight for what’s right, we can make a difference in our communities and improve the lives of those around us.
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