John Steinbeck demonstrates how essential a kinship is and how much two individuals can bolster each other to survive. On the off chance that this bond were to be taken away it will make a troublesome and relatively incomprehensible adventure for the two men in this novel. John Steinbeck speaks to Lennie and George as having the best kinship on the planet. George professes to not require Lennie but rather he realizes that he needs Lennie as much as Lennie needs him. The forward and backward connection among George and Lennie is a legitimate kinship between two altogether different men. Lennie is a major solid man with emerge highlights that is rationally impaired and George is a little extreme person with the cerebrums and extraordinary authority aptitudes.