Isaiah F. and Chakia
By chakia, Updated
Chapter 1- Friendship
I ain't taken it away just for meaness. That mouse ain't fresh, and besides you've broken it petting it.
Chapter 2- American Dream
In the novel , Lennie say , If I get in any trouble , you ain't gonna let me tend the rabbits."
" That's not what I meant."
Chapter 3 -Loneliness
He ain't no good to you , Candy. An' he ain't no good to himself. Why'n't you shoot him , Candy?"
Lennie finds a dead mouse and wants to keep it, however George being the caring friend made him get rid of it because it is unsanitary.
When Lennie thought George was talking about taking care of the rabbits if he got into any trouble.
They talk to Candy about how the dog old and he not good for Candy . They tell him to kill it .
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