- 1 Why was Lennie a good decision to kill?
- 2 What decisions were made in Of Mice and Men?
- 3 What was George’s decision at the end?
- 4 What did Lennie do wrong?
- 5 Why did George kill Lennie?
- 6 Why is George not guilty for killing Lennie?
- 7 How and why does George make such a difficult decision about Lennie?
- 8 What is the last thing that George wants Lennie to know?
- 9 Is George Milton a dynamic character?
- 10 Did Lennie kill a puppy?
- 11 How does George feel after killing Lennie?
- 12 What would have happened to Lennie if George didn’t kill?
- 13 What is Lennie afraid of?
- 14 What is Candy’s greatest fear?
- 15 What is Lennie’s mental illness?
Why was Lennie a good decision to kill?
George was the only person on Earth who loved him, George was Lennie’ s protector and friend, but Lennie was a doomed man. George shot Lennie because he loved him. He shot Lennie to save him from a fate worse than death. He shot Lennie to save the lives of the men in the angry mob that was right on their heels.
What decisions were made in Of Mice and Men?
The decisions made in the novel may seem small, but every decision was important. Some of these decisions were when Lennie touched a girls dress, Curley and Lennie got in a fight, and George killed Lennie. It was in these decisions that they were important.
What was George’s decision at the end?
Throughout the novella, George and Lennie have viewed themselves as special and lucky because they have their friendship with one another, but in the end, all this means is that George must be the person to kill Lennie.
What did Lennie do wrong?
Once on the ranch in their new jobs, he takes a puppy, which he promptly kills, and then breaks Curley’s wife’s neck. The second serious mistake Lennie made was to touch Curley’s wife’s hair. She wanted to talk to him because he was lonely.
Why did George kill Lennie?
George killed Lennie, because Candy told George he wished he would have shot his own dog, Lennie killed Curley’s wife, the puppie, and the mouse, and the lynch mob would have done worse things to Lennie.
Why is George not guilty for killing Lennie?
One reason why George isn’t guilty is because he is responsible for Lennie and always does right by him. He also prevents Lennie from suffering a miserable fate. Considering these two statements, George Milton cannot be guilty of murder. When Aunt Clara dies, George promises her that he will take care of him.
How and why does George make such a difficult decision about Lennie?
George does not make a wise decision in Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck. George chooses to kill Lennie because of Lennie’s uncontrollable killing. Lennie does not mean to kill anyone but he is unaware of his strength. George thinks he is doing the right thing by killing Lennie, but really he is making a huge mistake.
What is the last thing that George wants Lennie to know?
The last thing George wants Lennie to know is that he isn’t mad at Lennie, and that someday they will achieve their dream. This is important to him as he wanted Lennie to know that, before he dies, he is reassured that his best friend isn’t mad about his actions.
Is George Milton a dynamic character?
Unlike Lennie, George is a dynamic character, meaning his thoughts and actions develop throughout the course of the story.
Did Lennie kill a puppy?
Lennie accidentally kills his puppy, probably by squeezing him or hitting him too hard. Lennie “loves his puppy to death”. Not knowing his own strength, Lennie was too rough with his puppy and ended up killing it. Like the dead mouse he had at the beginning, Lennie continues to stroke it because it’s soft.
How does George feel after killing Lennie?
In Of Mice and Men, George feels anguish after killing Lennie, but he knows that killing Lennie was the most humane thing to do. In killing Lennie, George loses both a friend and a representation of his dreams.
What would have happened to Lennie if George didn’t kill?
If George hadn’t have killed Lennie in Of Mice and Men, then Lennie would’ve likely been violently killed by the angry mob. At best, Lennie would have been locked up for the rest of his life, a fate George knows Lennie simply wouldn’t be able to withstand.
What is Lennie afraid of?
Lennie’s dream is to tend to rabbits on a farm with George, his best friend. His fear is that he will do something bad enough someday that will cause…
What is Candy’s greatest fear?
Candy’s greatest fear is that once he is no longer able to help with the cleaning he will be “disposed of.” Like his old dog, he has lived beyond his usefulness. Candy and his dog parallel the relationship of George and Lennie.
What is Lennie’s mental illness?
The character of Lennie has learning difficulties and also—as identified by some researchers—exhibits many characteristics of autism.