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The purpose of my essay is to look at how Slim is presented as a threat to George and Lennie later on in the novel Of Mice and Men.

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Of Mice and Men Chapter 2 Essay Lisa Banks Mr. Vandoleweerd February 26, 2005 English 8 The purpose of my essay is to look at how Slim is presented as a threat to George and Lennie later on in the novel Of Mice and Men. ...read more.

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All throughout the novel, George has been telling Lennie not to trust anyone, don't talk to anybody, you can't trust them. Yet when George first meets Slim, there very first conversation is a philosophical one. They talk about traveling, and more specifically traveling together. ...read more.

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George is beginning to contradict himself and what he told Lennie, not only by being so trusting of Slim, but he told Slim that he was his friend. Yet he told the boss that Lennie was his friend. This essay has looked at how Slim can possibly present a threat to George and Lennie in the novel. ...read more.

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