Of Mice and Men
By: Casey Klisiewicz
Lennie thinks that one day him and George are going to own some land. He dreams that on their land they will have rabbits and that he will get to tend the rabbits.
Lennie is big and strong and he is someone that you would not want to mess with.
Lennie is very loving but he shows it in a different way then everyone else does.
Sometimes Lennie does things that are bad and he is unaware that he shouldn't have done it.
She screamed then, and Lennie's other hand closed over her mouth and nose. "Please don't," he begged. "Oh! Please don't do that. George'll be mad."
The theme that Lennie represents is to follow your dreams and never give up.