Of Mice and Men

Why is George not angry with lennie despite the trouble lennie has caused by killing curley's wife?

Chapter 6

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George actually tells Lenny that, "I ain't never been mad" before he shoots his friend. George accepts Lennie with all his shortcomings. Lennie is very much a child and George a parent figure. Although often frustrated, George is never mad at Lennie.