of mice and men ch. 2

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  • George and Lennie are both completely different but yet they still love being together. You can feel the way John Steinbeck describes their friendship and feelings by the use of first person literature. It's not George that feels bad and stays with Lennie but George is the one that wants him there. Lennie Gives George a sense of love and companionship which George has never had in his life, being a ranch laborer.
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  • In Chapter 1, We come across two men named George and Lennie. Both men are hard working ranch laborers but have problems keeping their jobs. Both men come across many struggle between each other because Lennie seems to be a little "slow". Within chapter 1 they symbolize affection by Lennies love for the little mice that he has always tried to pet since he was a kid. You see how much the mouse means to him after Lennie goes and gets the dead mouse from across the river.
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  • We start this book off with two men named George and Lennie. Lennie is a tall, friendly, and rough skinned guy that doesn't have the most smarts in the world. Even though he tries his hardest to make George happy but he still fails to remember anything he is told. He never means any harm but ends up messing up situations by wanting to touch objects that are soft. He is know for his love of mice and especially rabbits. It has always been George and Lennies dream to build a ranch and have a rabbit pen but George wont let Lennie tend the rabbit ontill he learns not to pet the animals so hard because he always ends up killing them.
  • CH.2 Theme
  • In chapter 2, George and Lennie finally make it to their new job and get to meet a few people. They ended up meeting a guy name Candy and his fellow dog that mysteriously has no name... We see the friendship and love between the two of them because even though the dog is super old, has no teeth, and stinks like death. Candy chooses to be with him no matter what because "I had 'im too long" (Pg.45)
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  • We get to meet a man named Candy and his dog that has no name in chapter 2. We see symbolism through companionship between Candy and his dog. They are seen as a group package in the book because there is never a time you don't see each other together on till we get farther in the book. They show that no matter what each other do or look like, they will always be together.
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  • From the beginning of the book to the end, we meet a guy named "George". He's known through-out the book as a leader when it comes to him and Lennie because he makes all the choices, keeps all the money, and make sure Lennie is doing right. He is a short, muscular, and mentally strong man that pulls his and Lennies weight around no matter what situation they get into. If its from Lennie pulling on womens dresses or killing mice because he pets them too hard. George will always handle the situation.
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