Of Mice And Men Story board

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  • Exposition
  • "Lennie-if you jus' happen to get in trouble like you always done before, I want you to come right here an' hide in the brush."
  • "Hide in the brush."
  • "Get 'im, Lennie!"
  • Conflict
  • "Make 'um stop, George."
  • Rising Action
  • "Seem like ever' guy got land in his head."
  • George and Lennie are ranchers that bounce around from ranch to ranch. They travel around Soledad, California. This takes place during the Great Depression in the 1930s. 
  • Climax
  • "I done a bad thing. I done another bad thing."
  • Curley and Curley's wife are the conflict in the book. They cause suspense and arguments throughout the entire book. When Lennie and Curley get into a fight, it causes a conflict between Lennie and Curley.
  • Falling Action
  • I'm gonna shoot the guts outta that big bastard myself, even if I only got one hand."
  • The rising action in the book is when Lennie enters Crooks' room and they talk about the dream of living off the fat of the land. Curley's wife and Candy enter the room and join in on the conversation.
  • Resolution
  • "Sure, right now. I gotta. We gotta."
  • Lennie receives a puppy from Slim. The climax begins when he is playing with pup in the barn. He accidentally kills the pup after petting it too hard. Curley's wife makes the comment that her hair is soft. Lennie pets her head too hard and breaks her neck.
  • The falling action in the book is when Lennie realizes that he has done another bad thing. He goes and hides in the brush just like George told him. Meanwhile, the other men decide what they are going to do with Lennie.
  • The resolution of the book is when Lennie is looking over the river imagining rabbits and his Aunt Clara. George shows up and starts talking to Lennie about their dream. George shoots Lennie. The book ends with a tragic ending. George is the tragic hero.
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