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    Can you say that Lennie is child like in one point and say he is simple minded in another point? Or should you just make that one point
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    (Original post by HazeleyedDreamer)
    Can you say that Lennie is child like in one point and say he is simple minded in another point? Or should you just make that one point
    I think they're very similar, but you might be able to get away with saying he is child-like in one point and that he is simple minded implying he's mentally disabled in another point, then going on to comment about disability discrimination etc.
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    I think it's better as one point, why not use the child as the point and pick a quote to analyse it as showing how simple minded he is? Hope that helps
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    You probably should have that as one point, but you could talk about the animalistic nature of Lennie, and how he is described with animalistic properties in another point.
 
 
 
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