Why Did George Killed Lennie Analysis

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In the novel of Of mice and men, John Steinbeck explores the relationship between two friends, George and Lennie, they have a strong and unusual relationship. They have a powerful dream of having a place of their own so that they have no trouble with anyone and no one has trouble with them, in order for this dream to come true they have to work on ranches so they have enough money to get the place. George and Lennie work hard but since Lennie has a mind of a child and forgetful, he keeps getting into trouble and George has to get him out of trouble by moving to the next ranch, but Lennie keeps on getting in trouble and his pelting begins innocently and then increases and becomes a criminal offence and George has to fix but one day George no …show more content…
He will be hunted like a bear and killed. George didn’t want this to happen to Lennie so he shoots Lennie because it is a quick way and Lennie died happily as George was talking about dream while he killed Lennie. Also another reason why George shoots Lennie is because he keeps making mistakes which makes George very angry and that’s why he killed Lennie for example he killed Slims puppy, which could get George to a lot of trouble. Also another reason why George shot Lennie¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬ is because Lennie’s death was inevitable because Curley is mad and wants to kill Lennie and Lennie is not smart enough to run away and survive so George takes this into notice and takes charge by killing Lennie …show more content…
George has been taking care of Lennie all his life and he doesn’t want to make the same mistake as candy made by giving Carlson the right to kill his dog. After his dog was dead he was very depressed and he said, “I ought to of shot that dog myself, George I shouldn 't ought to of let no stranger shoot my dog.” This suggests that George didn’t want anyone else to shoot Lennie because Lennie is his responsibility and if any were going to kill Lennie and end his suffering it would be George. Another reason why George kills Lennie is because he didn’t want the person that he hated the most Curley to kill his best friend. We now that George hate’s Curley because at the beginning of the poem George says, “I hate that guy”. This suggests that George did not want Curley to kill his best and Curley is raged with anger as Lennie killed his wife so he is not going to let Lennie go and Lennie would be able to get him out of this so he puts him out of

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