Of Mice and Men

how does the writwe present george in the extract ?

extract taken from section 3 starting from it aint so funny ending at that aint no good.

i need this set out a as pee paragraph

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I'm not exactly sure where you mean, is this in Chapter 3?

Okay, I found the text, it's of the whole novel. Please tell me what page it is on. Just scroll down and tell me how many pages it takes to get there. I need to know where it is.

ok hang on page 20 but not all of it`

I'm not exactly where you are but I'm thinking this is when George is telling Slim that it isn't so funny that he and Lennie travel together,

"It ain’t so funny, him an’ me goin’ aroun’ together," George said at last. "Him and me was both born in Auburn. I knowed his Aunt Clara. She took him when he was a baby and raised him up. When his Aunt Clara died, Lennie just come along with me out workin’. Got kinda used to each other after a little while.

Steinbeck presents George as a profoundly sensitive man in a world where people merely take care of themselves. This is the depression era and George taking on a parental-role to a mentally challenged man was unheard of. George shows a very unconditional love for Lennie even though he might be better off on his own.

thanks is there Anymore need 3

thanks is there Anymore need 3

Not sure what you are asking here???

need three answers

Well he's sensitive, loyal (to Lennie) and responsible.


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