George was loyal to Lennie even after all. Finny used to ask Gene to go and do other things instead of studying. Gene normally did what Finny asked. Gene felt betrayed when he. Lennie knows George is going to be disappointed in him and he does not like how this feels.
A Comparison Of A True Friendship - Words | Bartleby
A true friendship must include trust between two people who really care about each other. This quality can destroy or build a friendship. This story presents the trust and loyalty in a friendship. Knowles displays honest emotion following the scene when the doctor breaks the news that sports are finished for Finny. Steinbeck also depicts George as someone that is greatly honest and true to his word as he is still loyal to Lennie even after a promise made such a long time ago. To anyone, taking care of Lennie is not an easy task. It's no different for George.
Moreover, Steinbeck by using these key symbols transports us into the context, which is during the Great Depression, giving a deeper meaning to the novel. In the end, what the author wants to express is that people should always be realistic; it is a fact that they would not always get or achieve what they want. This is not because people gave up on their dreams, but because no one can know or control the situations and things that may happen as the world is not only roses but has cruelty in it. In the s, during the Great Depression that was exactly what happened, people do not trust each other as men were trapped in this tense environment. Suddenly his anger arose.