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What purpose does Whit serve in the novella?
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He is one of the major characters in the novella as he will eventually invest in George and Lennie's farm.
He is the one who brings to attention the letter in the magazine which helps develop one of the major themes in the story.
He is a symbol of the typical ranch worker.
He reveals information about Curley's wife, which develops her character and creates an opportunity for foreshadowing.
His interactions with George help to develop the main conflict.