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Friendship and Loyalty in Of Mice and Men

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Kaitlyn Read

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Transcript of Friendship and Loyalty in Of Mice and Men

BP1: Friendship between George and Lennie
Thesis Statement
George and Lennie's special relationship, other models of friendship, and even the lack of friendship and devotion in
Of Mice and Men
express Steinbeck's message that friendship and loyalty work hand in hand.
BP1: Friendship between George and Lennie
George and Lennie's special relationship, other models of friendship, and even the lack of friendship and devotion in
Of Mice and Men
express Steinbeck's message that friendship and loyalty work hand in hand.
BP1: Friendship between George and Lennie
George and Lennie's special relationship, other models of friendship, and even the lack of friendship and devotion in
Of Mice and Men
express Steinbeck's message that friendship and loyalty work hand and hand.
BP3: The Lack of Friendship and Devotion
George and Lennie's special relationship, other models of friendship, and even the lack of friendship and devotion in
Of Mice and Men
express Steinbeck's message that friendship and loyalty work hand and hand.
George and Lennie's special relationship, other models of friendship, and even the lack of friendship and devotion in
Of Mice and Men
express Steinbeck's message that friendship and loyalty work hand in hand.
BP3: The Lack of Friendship and Devotion
George and Lennie's special relationship, other models of friendship, and even the lack of friendship and devotion in
Of Mice and Men
express Steinbeck's message that friendship and loyalty work hand in hand.
Topic Sentence:
Even though actual examples of companionship and loyalty are shared throughout the book, the lack of friendship and loyalty conveys Steinbeck's message as well.
BP3: The Lack of Friendship and Devotion
George and Lennie's special relationship, other models of friendship, and even the lack of friendship and devotion in
Of Mice and Men
express Steinbeck's message that friendship and loyalty work hand in hand.
Topic Sentence:
Even though actual examples of companionship and loyalty are shared throughout the book, the lack of friendship and devotion conveys Steinbeck's message as well.
Friendship and Loyalty in
Of Mice and Men

"Crooks was a proud, aloof man" who "kept his distance and demanded that other people keep theirs" (67).
Quote 1:
Topic Sentence:
Even though actual examples of companionship and loyalty are shared throughout the book, the lack of friendship and loyalty conveys Steinbeck's message as well.
"Spends all his time sayin' what he's gonna do to guys he don't like, and he don't like nobody" (78).
Quote 2:
"Well, I ain't giving you no trouble. Think I don't like to talk to somebody ever' once in a while?" (77).
Quote 3:
BP 2: Other Characters that Exhibit Friendship and Loyalty
Topic Sentence:
Although Lennie and George have their differences, their friendship and loyalty towards one another shines throughout the story.
George and Lennie's special relationship, other models of friendship, and even the lack of friendship and devotion
Of Mice and Men
express Steinbeck's message that friends and loyalty work hand in hand
.
"'I had him so long. Had him since he was a pup. I herded sheep with him,' He said proudly, 'You wouldn't think it to look at him now, but he was the best...sheep dog I ever seen"' (44).
Topic Sentence:

Quote 1:
George exclaims, "We ain't like that...." Then Lennie declares, "Not us! An' why? Because... because I got you to look after me, and you've got me to look after you, and that's why" (13).
BP 2: Other Characters that Exhibit Friendship and Loyalty
George and Lennie's special relationship, other models of friendship, and even the lack of friendship and devotion
Of Mice and Men
express Steinbeck's message that friendship and loyalty work hand in hand.
By: Andy Robinson, Elizabeth Swain, and Kaitlyn Read
Topic Sentence:
Although Lennie and George have their differences, their friendship and loyalty towards one another shines throughout the story.


Quote 2:
"Suddenly Lennie's eyes centered and grew quiet, and mad. He walked dangerously toward Crooks. 'Who hurt George?' he demanded" (68).
"Slim came directly to George and sat down beside him, sat very close to him. 'Never you mind... a guy got to sometimes''' (107).
Topic Sentence:

Topic Sentence:
Although Lennie and George have their differences, their friendship and loyalty towards one another shines throughout the story.
Quote 3
: Lennie urges, "You said I was your cousin!" George replies, "That was a lie. If I was a relative of yours, I'd shoot myself" (21).
BP 2: Other characters that exhibit friendship and loyalty
George and Lennie's special relationship, other models of friendship, and even the lack of friendship and devotion in
Of Mice and Men
express Steinbeck's message that friendship and loyalty work hand in hand.
Topic Sentence:
" I like to pet nice things. Once at a fair I seen some of them long haired rabbits...sometimes I even pet mice, when I could get nothing better" (90).
" I like to pet nice things with my fingers, sof' things" (90).
The relationships between Candy and his dog, George and Slim, and Lennie and animals reveal to the reader that friendship and loyalty coincide.
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The relationships between Candy and his dog, George and Slim, and Lennie and animals reveal to the reader that friendship and loyalty coincide.
Quote #2
The relationship between Candy and his dog, George and Slim, and Lennie and animals reveal to the reader that friendship and loyalty coincide.
Quote #3
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