Middle George told his aunt that he was going to look after Lennie and he definitely did. In conclusion, George is innocent and he only killed Lennie because he cared and loved him. What does the pro side believe? Those who can, do what they can. She yelled for help and he wanted her to shut up so he killed her. A small man with broad shoulders that is as strong as two men put together of course George was strong however, not as strong as Lennie however, he was rendered mentally handy capped from birth. As George ready's himself to shoot Lennie, he gets Lennie to look into the hills and think about their dream, so he could nearly see it. Those things can be taken care of easily by either killing it or holding it in a secluded place.
He told Lennie that everything would be alright. The police will not prosecute Curly and the men for taking law into there own hands. But George still feels bad about what he has done, because Lennie was his best friend and the only way to achieve the dream and Lennie gave George a special sense in life. George has to find them work, food, housing and has to bail Lennie out of trouble. Their lives have been shaped by their friendship and they rely strongly on each other. He wanted to touch her hair and he ended up rubbing it too hard. Needs are classified in three categories: necessities al-Masalih.
Lennie got the closest any of them ever could to the dream of having their own place. Lennie was killed by George out love and respect for him as a genuine person not by revenge or hatred towards him. He is the leader of the two men and makes all the plans. This was the same type of situation, but George decided that he'd rather put Lennie out of his misery himself rather that see him mutilated by the vengeful Curley. People were losing their jobs, many farmers lost their farms, and were forced into the life of itinerant workers. After much argument, Candy agrees to let Carlson, another farm hand, kill the old dog. This is that they both share the same dream of owning their own ranch and after.
So when George knew that Lennie was going to die, he felt that it would be better if he did it himself. Above all, they will take the dog out of his pain. He is very trusting and follows blindly not capable of making decisions for himself or even living alone and feeding himself etc. His dream was all he lived for, he died happy. George wanted a proper job and wanted to live on his own.
For example if a person steals or puts you in mortal danger is it acceptable to take their life in return? By killing George himself, George is able to make sure it is done humanely. The next morning during the job interview, the boss of the farm becomes suspicous when George answers every question for Lennie. After all he was a really hard worker. George symbolizes the migrant worker's way of life. In the novella 'Of Mice and Men' written by John Steinbeck, the character George shoots his friend, Lennie. George did this because he loved Lennie.
It is only a way to help a person get through their sufferings and it should not be illegal. Lennie is also very dependent on George as he cannot think to do many things for himself. The last similarity was that both Candy and George felt lonely after the death of their companions. Found true friendship with George who had the character of a mouse and the brains of a man. George, the small and keen one of the two, goes in front. George could have realized that if he did not shot Lennie himself than he would regret it just like Candy had. Second, George had no other choice.
In Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, George, one of the main characters, showed significant growth from beginning to end. This is in contrast to many of the other characters who are alone by themselves which seems to be the norm at the time of the Great Depression. Lennie is innocent, is just a big kid, and never means the pain he accidently causes. There are many reasons why George decided to kill Lennie in the end, many of the events leading up to his decision mean that Lennie will die even if George doesn't kill him. For all he knows, Curley may have forgiven Lennie.
George Milton is a quick-witted man who is Lennie's guardian, best friend and protector. Even though they were so close and such good friends, for what reason does he have to kill him? George ends up making a hard decision that reflects his love for his friend. I think I knowed that wed never do her. George may of killed Lennie because their dreams were ruined and there was no point of Lennie being with him because it was just going to make things worse for everyone. Then he saw the image of a large rabbit. First of all, Dreams affect Lennie because he was always causing trouble. His rule was brief and he lost his crown to a usurper, allowing the House of York to die with him.
This is clearly illustrated in the book Of Mice and Men, by John Steinbeck, through the main character, George Milton and his… 1452 Words 6 Pages Throughout the novel, Of Mice and Men, John Steinbeck presents Lennie to be responsible and also irresponsible for his actions. First it must be understood that George had two decisions: To kill Lennie? All this experiments , and much more, is being done to satisfy human needs, most of which are non-essential, fanciful, wasteful and for which alternative, humane products are easily available. The trees are green and fresh, lizards are skittering along, rabbits sit on the sand. First it must be understood that George had two decisions: To kill Lennie? I think this because Lennie depends upon George and would not be able to fend for himself. It ain't the same if I tell it. Introduction Why did George kill Lennie? Lennie does not mean to kill anyone but he is unaware of his strength.