Of Mice and Men
George: A small, wiry, smart man who travels with and cares for Lennie. Although he frequently speaks of how much better his life would be without Lennie, George is obviously devoted to him. George tries to protect Lennie and eventually deliver them both to the farm of their dreams. Though George is the source of the story of the perfect farm, it is Lennie's childlike faith
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Slim is very sympathetic towards George after George shoots Lennie. He tries to convince George that he did the right thing: "You hadda, George, I swear you hadda." He then offers to go get George a drink.
6.) The other men suppose that a killer has been brought to justice, and they do not understand why Lennie and Slim are not happy. They do not know Lennie's true gentle nature or his inability to control himself.