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  • i cant wait to start work tomorrow, George!
  • Me too Lennie, but we should get some rest now for the big day
  • You know, George and I have always wanted our own ranch
  • Relax Lennie its only the first day of being here
  • Oh no, I dont mind, I have actually been dreaming of the same thing for the longest time now.
  • Between the three of us, we should be owning this place in no time!
  • From the very beginning, both Lennie and George shared the same American dream of having their very own ranch. So, after fleeing town, they take a rest in the woods, where and prepare to set off to find work and a start to a new life at the new ranch.
  • Curley I - I - I im sorry i didnt mean to!
  • After arriving at the ranch late, Lennie and George met a nice friend named Candy. After a tramatic shooting of his dog, Candy talks to the boys about their dream of owning a ranch. Sharing a similar dream, he decides to offer $300 for them to allow him in on the ranch.
  • What a coincidence I've always wanted my own ranch
  • Small world isnt it?
  • After a reluctant debate that George had, he finally agrees to let Candy in because it will allow them to achieve their America Dream sooner.
  • Its never going to happen after all
  • I told you so
  • After an outburst Lennie had with Curley, he broke his hand. Lennie now fears that Curley wont let him do his job of tending the rabbits anymore; which would delay the process of their dream without his paycheck.
  • The following week, while most were out on the ranch, Lennie went to go visit his friend Crooks in his room, who lived by himself due to discrimination. They share their dreams they hope will come true. After a long discussion, Crooks offered to work for free in the very beginning of the new ranch.
  • When reality hits all the men, they come to the realization that the dream is too far fledged. Crooks claimed to have seen too many men try and fail at their own ranch, it just never seemed to happen. The American Dream is a disillusion because of all the work it takes to get there.
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