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He is perhaps the least dynamistic character in the novel that undergoes little or no significant development and growth. However, he is the one of the major characters that fits into the theme of tragedy. Lennie is a loyal and good friend as well as hardworking, but he is incapable of expressing his temper correctly. His anger emanates from him attempting to avoid getting into trouble but this is worsened by his mighty strength. His violent behaviour progresses towards the things he is meant to take care of; he kicks the puppy, for instance, across the barn when he discovers its dead. Lennie’s tragic attributes can be best demonstrated by the fact that is life is not a long one and this is strengthened by the manner he meets his death. His innocent behaviour could not allow him to avoid Curley’s wife and other dangers around him and this resulted to him being shot by George as way of protecting saving him from being lynched by the merciless mob of Curley after killing his wife.
Unlike Lennie, George develops as the novel progresses. He is, however, a short-tempered character that together with Lennie protests to life. However, he is loving and devoted to protect Lennie; for instance, he cautions him against drinking too much because he can fall ill. George depended on Lennie who gave him a purpose of life and without him, George had no focus of life. Lennie reminded him always of the firm they would go and live happily without the disturbance of the Curleys. This manifests George perhaps as one of the most tragic characters of the novel whose life would instantly be empty without Lennie. Moreover, his personality of lack of care for others such Lennie during the time, depicts him as tragic character such as when he admitted to Slim that he once abused Lennie for his personal amusement. Additionally, a significant part of his tragic character arises after he has shot Lennie and the predatory nature of life manifests resulting to his downfall. He can no
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