"Of Mice and Men" By: Bibi Hajirah
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"I wonder what Lennie is up to?"
"Why do you got to get killed?"
"You ain't so little as a mice. I didn't bounce you hard."
"One end of the great barn was piled high with new hay and over the pile hung the four-taloned Jackson fork suspended from its pulley. The hay came down like a mountain slope to the other end of the barn, and there was a level place as yet unfilled with the new crop." (Steinbeck 84)
"Only Lennie was in the barn, and Lennie sat in the hay beside a packing case under a manager in the end of the barn that had not been filled with hay. Lennie sat in the hay and looked at a little dead puppy that lay in front of him. Lennie looked at it for a long time, and then he put out his huge hand snd stroked it, stroked it clear from one end to the other." (Steinbeck 84-85)
"He scooped a little hollow and laid the puppy in it and covered it over with hay, out of sight; but he continued to stare at the mound he had made. He said, "This ain't no bad thing like I got to go hide in the brush. Oh! no. This ain't. I'll tell George I foun' it dead."' (Steinbeck 85)
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