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The symbol in this chapter are the hands, which are brought up a lot throughout chapter 3. Slim states that its weird how two farm hands travel together because usually they roam alone and spend a lot of time on their own. The hands are also brought up in a different way towards the end of the chapter where Lennie ends up crushing Curly's hand in a fight.
In this chapter we meet the same characters as before although there is some beef between Curly and Lennie. Carlson and Curly come into the bunkhouse and start arguing with the rest and Lennie ultimately wins the fight and leaves Curly laying on the floor begging for medical attention. Lennie may seem like a big baby but when he gets mad there's no stopping him. Especially when he's scared. George reminds Lennie that it's never his fault although in retrospect it is.
The theme of this chapter is strength and how even the smallest people could surprise you with their strength. Lennie is depicted as a child in a mans body so you wouldn't expect him to be as strong as he is. But when he gets mad its almost as if he develops super strength. Think of it like the Grinch who's strength grew when he felt loved. Well Lennie's strength grows when he feels hate. This doesn't always work out well for him though cause he doesn't know when to stop.
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