· He is a big man, in contrast to his name.
· He has limited intelligence, so he relies on George to look after him. He copies George in everything George does and trusts George completely.
· "Behind him (George) walked his opposite, a huge man, shapeless of face, with large, pale eyes, with wide, sloping shoulders; and he walked heavily, dragging his feet a little, the way a bear drags his paws. His arms did not swing at his sides, but hung loosely."
· He shares a dream with George to own a piece of land. Lennie's special job would be to tend the rabbits.
· He likes to pet soft things, like puppies and dead mice. We know this got him into trouble in Weed when he tried to feel a girl's soft red dress: she thought he was going to attack her.
· He can be forgetful - George continually has to remind him about important things.
· He is very gentle and kind, and would never harm anyone or anything deliberately.
· He is extremely strong: he can work as well as two men at bucking barley.
· He is often described as a child or an animal - he drinks from the pool like a horse and his huge hands are described as paws
· Although Lennie is among the principal characters in Of Mice and Men, he is perhaps the least dynamic. He undergoes no significant changes,…