Of Mice and Men 1&2

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  • A major symbol in chapter 1 is the dead mouse. Lennie picks up this dead mouse and instantly becomes attached to it. Lennie lied about having a mouse in his pocket, a dead one in fact. George eventually got it out of him and he showed him that dead mouse and George told him to leave it alone. He lied about having it and didn't want to give it up until Goerge told him he was going to "sock him"
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  • A theme could be friendship, on how Lennie is saying that he should just go away and leave George. After what happened with the mouse and everything, George tells him to just stay. Lennie keeps on wanting that mouse and George is getting annoyed with Lennie, for when he was holding that dead mouse and wasn't telling anybody. He still wants him to stay.
  • Lennies Aunt Clara gave Lennie a mouse, but they always ended up dead. Lennie would be petting and petting them but they would bite him and he'd pinch their head until they died. She stopped giving them to him because he would always end up killing them in the end.
  • These cards can symbolize the types of random events that can happen throughout the story. For when Slim is in the barn and Curley comes into the bunkhouse looking for his wife
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  • Trust could be a theme for this chapter, they just meet this new group of people and how would you know that you can trust them? They end up staying with them because they trust them, they're all wanting the same thing and that's to have large land with a barn and place to live.
  • Curley, the boss' son, is a evil character. even Lennie can sense that Curley is a stick in the mud and doesn't have a heart. He is very disrespectful to everyone especially Lennie when he first comes into the bunk house.
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