What are the major conflicts (man v. himself, man v. man, man v. nature, man v. society) in Of Mice and Men?
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man v. society= neither man have the abilities or means to achieve the dreams they have in the society in which they live. man v. society=the inability of people to accept Lennie's disability man v. self=Lennie's disability and size cause him to do things he doesn't understand nor can control (the desire to pet soft things and getting carried away) man v. self=George understanding that killing Lennie himself is better than what society would do
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