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What aspects of Lennie's character make the death of Curly's wife almost inevitable ?
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What aspects of Lennie's character make the death of
Curly's wife almost inevitable ?
We are able to gather a lot of informantion of Lennies Small's
past before the story begins.Lennie has apparently been brain
damaged at least since he was a child.When he was young he was
bullied by children including George Milton.One day George tells
Lennie to jump the Sacranato river and to his horror Lennie
actually does it and starts to drown.George has to jump in and
save Lennie and from then on a firm friendship grew.
The story is set in America during the great depression.Lennie
and George are workers who have just had to run away from a
Town called Weed because of Lennie.Lennie has a passion for
stroking soft objects and he sees a woman wearing a soft dress
he approaches her and strokes it.When the woman yells he just
clings on in panic which makes matters worse.There is no sexual
intent in what he does but the locals do not know this and pursue
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