The Importance Of Friendship In Steinbeck's Of Mice And Men

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Larry Bird and Magic Johnson was one of the rarest friendships in NBA history, on rival teams, got into fights with each other. Magic Johnson wanted media attention, and Larry Bird wanted none of it, but stilled remained friends. This is just like George and Lennie. Completely different, but were still friends. Even though they got into fights with each other, their friendship always stayed strong. John Steinbeck, in his novel Of Mice and Men, demonstrates what friendship really means. Friendship is supporting another, sacrifice for them, doing what is right best for them, and staying with that person to the end.