Of Mice and Men

The idea of rabbits is repeated. Why is this important?


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Rabbits represent freedom and happiness. For George, they represent a farm of his own; the ability to work for himself. For Lennie, the rabbits represent the same thing in a different way. They simply fulfill his desire for soft and cuddly things, which for Lennie is the ultimate dream.