Of Mice and Men: ThesisPaper Rating: Word Count: 441 Approx Pages: 2
In the book Of Mice and Men, by John Steinbeck, Lennie is a simple friendly, loving man that cannot keep himself out of trouble. Lennie has the mind and personality of a tiny boy, but the body and strength of a fearsome killer. This unbelievable strength brings more harm than good to Lennie throughout the book and probably his entire life. There are numerous examples that support my thesis. One example is when Lennie breaks Curley's hand. Another is when he kills Curley's wife. Finally, all the times he kills the animals.
Lennie shows how his strength brings harm to him when he breaks Curley's hand