How is George a "round" character in Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men?

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George is a round character because he achieves a change in the plot as it goes. In comparison to Lennie , for instance, he is able to realize that he has hurt Lennie in the past and feels remorse for it. Although he has always maintained the same line of duty as far as taking care of Lennie, he does undergo a series of self-realizations...

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