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Of Mice and Men Impossibility of the American Dream
Throughout the novel George and Lennie talk about having a dream to buy their own farm. They have this dream because George made so Lennie could behave and won't get in trouble
Every time Lennie talked about the dream he mostly talked about tending rabbits, because he likes to touch soft things.
The reason Lennie talks about tending rabbits is because George told him that's what he is going to do.
Without Lennie, George can't finish the dream. George can't finish t he dream because it was created for Lennie. George needed something to keep Lennie behave and give Lennie hope, which is why the dream was created. Without Lennie, there is no reason for the dream to keep going.
The dream all ends when George shoots Lennie.
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