Of Mice and Men

During George's retelling of the ranch story, the point is made that on the ranch they will have each other to look after. Why is this point mentioned so often?

chapter 6 of mice and men

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The theme of this story has to do with isolation. The difference between George and the other men is that they have each other. The farm dream is an extension of this bond that keeps them going through this world of isolation on these ranches.