Of Mice and Men

Why is the idea of a small farm so important?

to the men in the story

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The small farm represents a sense of home and belonging. George and Lennie are itinerant workers. They are always on the move, working jobs for other men. Both men long for a sense of place, a place they can call their own and belong to.