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Describe the Relationship Dynamic Between Lennie and George In Steinbecks novella , Of Mice and Men, the primary characters George and Lennie share a relationship typical of a father and son. At the beginning of the novella the reader learns that George and Lennie are itinerant from workers who are on their way to the next job. George seems to be the more responsible of the two, taking charge of Lennie’s work card and expressing exasperation when Lennie continuously forgets where they are going. George orders Lennie to “…jus stand there and don’t say nothing. If he (boss) finds out what a crazy bastard you are, we won’t get no job” (6). This quote reveals the concern of George towards Lennie, since his actions could leave them jobless. The strong use of "Bastard" really
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