What does slim's remark, "Ain't many guys travel around together," suggest about the world they know? What different implication does Slim's remark have than the boss's remark, even though the words are the same?
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This statement speaks to the loneliness of the workers and their isolation. These men don't stay in one place for very long.... they follow the money. George and Lennie were an exception to the rule. Their relationship and George's promise to an old woman made them a pair. The other workers had no one..... George and Lennie had each other.
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