Of Mice and Men

what is the goal that george and lennie share? what might stand in the way of it? what might this farm symbolize for each of them? explain answer.

im reading of mice and men the novel

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Their goal is to make enough money to buy their own farm. For George, the farm represents independence; for Lennie, it represents "rabbits," and freedom.